In some townships in Yangon Region, rice; oil, Selling food items such as eggs at low prices

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Consumers in Yangon Region are offered 1,000 kyats for a bushel of raw rice; 1,700 kyats for a pack of popcorn; 1,850 kyats per 50 bottles of oil; Myanmar Rice Traders Association for 1,300 kyats for 10 eggs. Myanmar Oil Entrepreneurs Association and rice exporters continue to sell.

December 6, Dagon Seikkan. Dagon East South Dagon North Dagon In Dawbon Township, a bushel of raw rice costs 1,000 kyats. 1,700 kyats for a pack of popcorn; 1,850 kyats per 50 bottles of oil; 1,300 kyats for 10 eggs per card. Beef and pork were sold.

In addition, December 4, 3 days 2 days It was sold in some townships between November 1 and November.

On October 23, Pazundaung, North Okkalapa, Yankin, Botahtaung etc.. sold in these townships.

October 12, Shwe Pyi Thar; Hlaing Thar Yar (East) Yankin Thingangyun Thaketa It is reported that it was sold in North Okkalapa Township.

1,000 kyats for a bushel of raw rice; 1,700 kyats for a pack of popcorn; 1,850 kyats per 50 bottles of oil; 1,300 kyats for 10 eggs per card. Beef Pork and various kinds of fish were also sold.

September 6, Kyauktada, Pabedan, Latha, Lanmada, Dawbon, Botataung, Mingalar Taung Nyunt, Yankin, Thaketa and Thingangyun townships; September 4, Kamaryut, Kyimyindine, Sanchaung, Bahan, Mayangone, Hlaing, Ahlone, Shwe Pyi Thar, Hlaing Thar Yar And Insein Township.

The Myanmar Rice Traders’ Association (MCEA) has reopened its regular rice commodity exchange (Bamboo Range) on August 16 to allow rice to return to Rangoon regularly and stabilize rice prices. Announced by the Rice Commodity Exchange (Bamboo Stand) Committee.

According to the guidelines of the Myanmar Rice Federation and the Myanmar Rice Traders Association, the Rice Commodity Exchange (Wardan) will be reopened five days a week from Monday to Friday, 16 August, to ensure regular rice return to Rangoon and stabilize rice prices. Weekly Saturdays and Sundays and the previous commodity holidays, which were previously declared as commodity exchange holidays, are the holidays of the Rice Commodity Exchange (Bamboo).

The statement said that during the weekly reopening of the Rice Commodity Exchange (Monday to Friday), members should adhere to the rules and regulations set by the Ministry of Health to protect against coronavirus.

The Myanmar Rice Traders Association, the Rice Commodity Exchange, is an important source of food for the daily consumption of rice in Yangon and across the country, as well as an essential source of food.

Myanmar Rice Traders Association The Rice Commodity Exchange (Wardan) has only been open three days a week (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday) from July 12, 2021.