Border trade between China and Myanmar reaches over US$2 Billion

The border crossing between Ruili in China and Muse in Myanmar. Photo: Mizzima

The value of border trade between China and Myanmar during the first five months of this fiscal year reached over US$2 billion, state media reported on 6 September quoting the Ministry of Commerce.

China-Myanmar border trade in five months fetched US$2.296billion. The most exported commodity to China was rice and other agricultural products. Jade raw materials were also heavily exported, according the Ministry of Commerce.

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