In the past fiscal year, Myanmar has gained more than 2.93 billion dollars due to the export of agricultural products, which ended at the end of March, which is 315 million USD more than a year ago, according to new government figures show. During the year, agriculture accounted for 25 percent of total export earnings. Beans and legumes top the list ... Read More »
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Tin Htut Oo, adviser for Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (UMFCCI), said that Myanmar exported more than 1 million tons of agricultural products such as rice, beans and maize, but most of them were raw materials only. “Myanmar only exports rice, beans and maize as raw material. They are still far from being able to become a value-added product,” ... Read More »
The Ministry of Commerce said export earnings increased by US$ 307 million until December 23 of this year compared to the previous year. The ministry said output of two of the seven major categories of exports, mining and industrial exports fell by 817 million dollars. read also: Growing Rice exports to Africa Myanmar Exports totaled US $ 7.98 billion, with more ... Read More »
About 60 percent of rice exports across the sea in the period from 2012 to 2016 exported to Africa and China markets ranks second, according to MAPCO, Myanmar Agribusiness Public Corporation. MAPCO has exported more than 86,000 tons of rice to African countries, more than 17,885 tons in China, more than 13,000 tons in Indonesia, more than 11,000 tons in Japan, ... Read More »
Myanmar is seeking to export Europe in fiscal year 2015-16, 100,000 tonnes of green gram or mung bean, said a senior government official. We can improve the quality of Mung beans has the Myanmar Pulses, Beans and Sesame Seeds Merchants, which sees favorable exports in the 2016-17 fiscal year. According to the association, in fiscal year 2016-17, Myanmar plans to ... Read More »
Traders said the strong demand for chickpeas in China and India has led to higher prices for peas, pulses and legumes in Myanmar. Although this season peas and beans in abundance, prices continue to rise, said U Soe Win Myint of the sales center of brokers with the same namesake. “Generally, prices are low at this time, as peas in abundance. ... Read More »
Pakistan has offered to buy Myanmar rice in the country under the government-to-government system, official media reported. Pakistan is the next target as a rice exporting country in Myanmar as part of its efforts to accelerate export crops. Despite the lack of technology, Myanmar competes with countries in the region, such as Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, India and Pakistan in the rice ... Read More »
Growth in the value of the dollar in foreign exchange markets leads to an increase in Myanmar rice exports compared to the previous fiscal year, said U Ye Min Aung, general director of Myanmar Agricultural Corporation (MAPCO) and secretary general of the Federation Of Myanmar Rice (MRF). According to March 3, the export of rice in Myanmar increased by about ... Read More »
Myanmar Beans and Pulses consist of exports of non-formal and informal border exports along borders, mainly in India, Thailand and China. Black Matpe, mung bean and tree tours are a major exporter of pulse, accounting for about 90 percent of total formal-bound shipments in the first three months of 2016. Read Also: Myanmar palm craft-makers are fighting for survival Myanmar bean ... Read More »
India needed to purchase mung beans at a price of $ 700 per ton – the lowest price ever offered to India. Ministry of Commerce responded that mung beans can be sold only at the market price, which remains the last word in the exchange. A letter to the Ministry of Commerce also sets forth the conditions under which the ... Read More »