Myanmar expects to export more onions

YANGON (Xinhua): Myanmar expects to export 100,000 tons of onions in coming 2023-2024 fiscal year, local media reported.

The Myanmar Digital News quoted the ministry of commerce as saying that the country exported 94,000 tonnes of onions and earned US$41.39 million from April last year to February this year.

The country's major clients for exporting onions are Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, China, Malaysia, Bangladesh and the United States.

The Myanmar Digital News reported that there are over 170,000 acres of onion farms across the country with an estimated production of 1 million tonnes.

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