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Source: Myanmar News
Yangon : Myanmar | almost 2 years ago  
Wednesday 12th September, 2012 Trade in Burma reached more than US$ 6.6 billion for the period April to August, the Ministry of Commerce reported. Exports amounted to $3.23 billion...
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