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Myanmar-China bilateral trade hits $9.4 billion in first ten months

Bilateral trade between Myanmar and China hit over $9.4 billion in the first ten months (April-January) of 2015-16 fiscal year, IANS reported on 15 February quoting sources from the Ministry of Commerce.

Myanmar mainly exports oil and gas and agricultural products to China while imports from China include industrial products and commodities.

According to official statistics, bilateral trade between Myanmar and China amounted to over $10 billion in the 2014-15 fiscal year.--By Mizzima

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