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- Thilawa Economic Zone’s 70,000 acres to be farmed
- Myanmar’s Oversea Employment Agencies Federation opens office in Thailand
- Commerce ministry to use its lands for necessity
- Nepalese Airlines to launch nonstop flight service to Yangon
- Buses remain least among 90,000 vehicles registered
- Korean firm to conduct feasibility study on water supplying projects in Yangon
- Credit Information Bureau to be formed
Published on Wednesday, 28 November 2012 21:42
Myanmar’s trade policy will be under scrutiny at the World Trade Organization (WTO) next year, an official from the Ministry of Commerce said.
Myanmar, one of the world’s least developed countries, joined WTO in 1995. From 1995 to 2012 February, a total of 320 trade policy review meetings were held.
"The Directorate of Trade is making apparent changes in Myanmar's trade policy. It is trying to increase Myanmar’s trade volume," the official requesting anonymity said.
The meeting on trade policy is scheduled in Geneva in November 2013.