Chinese traders urge China to wait
China has suspended transport routes for China due to the Corona virus, limiting its export to China via Muse, China, on January 27, waiting to stabilize the situation.
Sai Khin Maung, vice-chairman of Muse Commodity Exchange, said: “They [Chinese] are closed because of the traffic. These days, there is hardly a trade today. There are no sellers and no buyers, ”he told The Irrawaddy.
Chinese New Year, fruit shop in Muse 105 miles 25 Though the closure of the 26-day closure and reopening on January 27, the Coca-Cola virus has restricted access to local markets in China, limiting the number of merchants to buy in the fruit market.
Therefore, as the virus is currently being temporarily halted due to the infection, the Muse Fruit Market has warned that the farmers should not wait to export the crabs that are being exported from different regions in the country so that they will not lose their crops.
The Muse Market, which was active before the Chinese New Year, was around 700 fruit trees a day. According to the Muse Trading Center, there were no 300 fruit trees on the 27 January when the fruit market was reopened, but the trade was temporarily halted.
Ko Nai Lin Htwe, a farmer from Pegu District, said, “The two fruit trees that are sold today cannot be sold on Muse because they will be sold at a market price in Yangon. The only fruits that have not yet been harvested are just sitting there and watching. So what can we do because the situation is so urgent in their own country, ”he told The Irrawaddy.
According to local residents, Muse residents have been tightening their checkpoints at border crossings in Yunnan, due to the ongoing quarantine in the city of Wuhan.
This season, the Muse will reach China market via Muse. Sagaing Bago Karen Mon Farmers said that the cucumber crop will be exported in different regions such as Yangon and the beginning of April to end in April.
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