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Myanmar Trade, 300 million USD in past 10 months

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The total cost of trade between Myanmar and the countries of the Middle East reached 332.874 billion dollars for the first 10 months of fiscal year 2016-2017 as of January, according to official sources.¬†During this period, Myanmar obtained $ 100 million at the expense of exports to these countries, while the value of imports reached $ 231 million USD. read ... Read More »

Myanmar trade value exceeded 700 million USD in first week of FY 2017-2018

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According to official data from Myanmar’s Ministry of Commerce Myanmar on Tuesday, the total commercial price in the first week of the current fiscal year 2017-2018 as of April 7 amounted to 731.913 million dollars. Myanmar trade value increased by 164.64 million or 29 percent compared to 567.273 billion dollars in the same period of fiscal year 2016-2017, which ended ... Read More »

E-commerce in Myanmar seems to boost economy

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E-commerce is creating a huge impact in Asian developing countries which are in growing phase of e-commerce, Myanmar is no more different. 21st century has changed everything in this world. Rapid change in lifestyle, technology, fashion, film industry, music, entertainment, sports, fun and eating food, is due to the role of e-commerce in market. Recent trends have shown that people ... Read More »

Myanmar opened to the fight for the point of care overall

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After giving the Myanmar military to civilian rule in 2010, foreign investors rushed to establish factories and raze old neighborhoods to build luxury developments. Five years later, the country has only a precarious foothold in the global economy. The government has eased restrictions on the media and political dissent. Many people have access to the Internet and mobile phones before. ... Read More »

Myanmar jade traders say worst year and “No” to sales

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Myanmar jade traders in Mandalay say this could be the worst year ever for business. The main reason for mentioning the absence of Chinese buyers, perhaps nervous about the outcome of the elections next month. In interviews and October 25 in Maha Aung Myay Jade Trade Center, one after another trader lamented the current fate. And jade dealer said U ... Read More »

Myanmar imports and exports below USD 865 million

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Myanmar imports and exports trade has decreased 865 million dollars in the first ten months of 2015, according to the latest figures released by the Ministry of Commerce. Total trade between January and October of this year amounted to about $ 13.8 million. Exports this year so far totaled $ 5.6 billion, dropped almost US $ 450 million six billion ... Read More »

Vietnamese enterprises to increase investment on Myanmar trade

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Vietnamese enterprises should strengthen their investment and trade in Myanmar, trade and investment have been able to maximize the potential of both countries, according to the deputy director of the branch in Ho Chi Minh City Chamber of Commerce and “Industry of Vietnam (VCCI). Myanmar is regarded as a promising market in the ASEAN Economic Community is formed later this ... Read More »

Myanmar expects to re-engage foreign investment

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Large companies are distancing themselves from gem industry to escape from sanctions imposed by the United States. If you believe the official trade statistics, imports of precious stones, jade and other precious stones Myanmar to China jumped to $ 12.3bn last year, a tenfold increase of only $ 1.2 billion in 2013. Social Bookmarking Read More »

Myanmar trade to effect over China business slowdown

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In this year, Myanmar trade could be affected by the slowdown in China, the fall in world prices of raw materials and the devastating floods across the country, experts say. China is a major trading partner of Myanmar – the second largest bilateral trade with the world economy accounts for over 50 percent of total trade, according to Ministry of ... Read More »

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