Myanmar-China trade fair boosts business for local firms

  • Myanmar
  • Wednesday, 31 May 2023

Seventeen companies from Myanmar and China signed nine agreements on cooperation and trade in the fields of agricultural products, pharmaceutical products and electric vehicles. - Eleven Media Group

NAYPYIDAW (Xinhua): A four-day Myanmar-China trade fair held in Myanmar's capital Naypyidaw between May 25-28 attracted more than 100 businesspeople from both countries and saw numerous deals on cooperation signed.

Companies from the two countries signed agreements on business cooperation for agricultural products, foodstuffs, soft drinks and beverages, pharmaceutical products, household appliances and electric vehicles.

Some Myanmar companies told Xinhua that by participating in the Myanmar-China trade fair, they received business opportunities by exhibiting their products and networking with Chinese businesspeople.

One of them is Ma Ei Ei Win, owner of the Naypyidaw Pone Yate Thit wood carving company.

"We are trying to export our products. We can expand our network here. Our products can be sold here (trade fair)," she said, adding that nearly 100 wood carving products are being exhibited at the trade fair.

A total of 60 associations or enterprises from Myanmar and more than 70 Chinese enterprises participated in the four-day event.

According to officials, Myanmar and China organised the trade fair to further enhance bilateral trade, expand investment and promote closer relationships between entrepreneurs of the two countries.

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