The central committee has to review the work processes being conducted at seaport, airport and border trade camps to revive the trading sector and to amend them if necessary, said Central Committee on Ensuring Smooth Flow of Trade and Goods Chairman State Administration Council Member Union Minister General Mya Tun Oo.
The Union minister said the words during the 1/2023 meeting of the central committee held in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
He also highlighted the instructions of the Prime Minister that it should make efforts to produce the imported basic commodities to meet the country’s needs and to be able to export.
He added that while trying not to face the trade deficit in the State economy, the committee will supervise to promote the production of export goods and export volumes and not prevent suspensions in production and price increases of essential commodities such as medicines and medical supplies, farming products, fuel, cooking oil and so on.
It will also set measures to facilitate the banking system to ensure the official currency flows for trading and supervise the working processes of the working committee to ensure the speedy flow of trading procedures.
He then urged the entrepreneurs, and relevant officials of ports to report their challenges to be solved and scrutinize the insurance information and containers systematically.
Then, the attendees coordinated the discussion and the Union minister concluded the meeting.
Source: The Global New Light of Myanmar