MYANMAR: Seafood exports rise in first five months of fiscal year
Myanmar exported 68,700 tons of seafood in the first five months of the current financial year, an increase of 8.1% year-on-year. Earnings on seafood exports during the five-month period were US$105m, with a target for the full year set at $300m. The main seafood exports are fish, which is sold for around $920 per ton, and shrimp, which is sold for around $4,500 per ton. The main destinations for Myanmar's exported seafood are China and Singapore.
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