Burma: Rice Trade - Monthly

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   BM2022-0005

Post forecasts smaller Burmese rice exports in March due to a smaller supply; however, Burmese rice exports will remain strong due to high world prices and anticipated strong demand from African and EU countries, China, and the Philippines. Domestic prices for both Emata and Shwe Bo Pawsan increased in March due to smaller supplies against active domestic demand and high transportation costs.

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