Burma: Shipping Line and Banking Disruptions Continue to Impact Trade

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   BM2021-0018

The February 1, 2021, military coup continues to negatively impact Burma’s economy. While arriving shipments can be cleared relatively normally, the number of arriving vessels remains low and disruptions in the banking sector and the inability to place new orders for imported products continue to dampen trade. This report provides situational updates from Post’s April 12, 2021 report.

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