Burma: Rice Trade - Monthly

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   BM2021-0022

Burma’s rice exports in June are forecast lower due to the continued closure of several check points along the Burma-China border and lower demand from EU countries. Overall rice exports in April and May, however, increased with rice exports to Bangladesh, China, and The Philippines. The continued devaluation of the Myanmar Kyats and continued purchases by exporters will likely result in higher domestic wholesale prices for both types of rice.

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