15th VIFA Expo2024 invites Myanmar business people

THE 15th VIFA Expo 2024, which will take place in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam, from 26 to 29 February,
invites Myanmar businesspeople to showcase a vast range of furniture, handicrafts and home accessories, according to the Myanmar Trade Promotion Organization. This fair aims to provide a platform to discuss the industry trends between Myanmar buyers and Vietnamese businesspersons and explore business opportunities.

The opening ceremony of the fair will be held on 26 February. Participants can go on on-site tours to Ben Tre province, the heart of the coconut production industry, on 27 and 28 February, including meeting province officials. Those enthusiasts is can send their profiles to the Myanmar Trade Promotion Organization through 067 3408622 and email event.td.myantrade@gmail.com.

Source: The Global New Light of Myanmar

Myanmar-Thailand border trade reaches over US$45 mln in January

Myanmar’s border trade with neighbouring Thailand amounted to US$45.20 million — $10.452 million in exports and $34.768 million in imports — through the Myawady border between 1 and 28 January.

Myanmar exported peanuts, onion, dried chilli, and fresh chilli to Thailand while it imported raw plastic materials, motorbike parts, automobile parts, electrical goods, construction materials, detergents, foodstuffs, and machinery spare parts.

Furthermore, product inspections for perishable aquatic products and green items like onions and chillies at the border checkpoint are prioritized to facilitate and expedite exports.

Source: The Global New Light of Myanmar

Electric vehicles arrive at Yangon Port

China-made Honda ENS1 EVs, Dayun Yuehu S1 (VIP Edition) EVs, BYD D1 EVs, DFSK Seres-5 EVs and Faw Toyota bZ4X EVs, imported with the approval of the Steering Committee on National-Level Development of Electric Vehicles and Related Industries, arrived at Yangon Port. Golden Octopus Co Ltd, Amazing Auto Co Ltd, Earth Renewable Energy Co Ltd, Yaung Ni Oo Automobile Co Ltd and Dongfeng Motor Corporation Ltd imported these electric cars. They were claimed by the importers following the required procedures yesterday. 

Source: The Global New Light of Myanmar