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RAKHINE CONTINUES TO EXPORT RICE TO BANGLADESH
9/20/2017

ELEVEN NEWS (20/09/2017)

RAKHINE CONTINUES TO EXPORT RICE TO BANGLADESH

Maungdaw border trading camp exports rice to Bangladesh in early August

KITSAPA- Although trade already suspended in Maungdaw  Border Trade Camp due to violence attacks of ARSA extremist Bengali terrorists in northern Maungdaw Township, Rakhine State, rice is being exported to Bangladesh from Sittway border trade camp.
 
Since the beginning of July, rice export to Bangladesh was boosting via Maungdaw and Sittway border trade zones. Although Maungdaw border trade camp doesn’t export rice to Bangladesh, Sittway exports more rice to Bangladesh. Until September 15th, Sittway earned US$ 0.525 million from rice export.
 
“ As Maungdaw Township suspended its rice export, rice is being exported to Bangladesh from Sittway border trade camp. Rice export increased because only Sittway border trade camp exported rice to Bangladesh. There was no impact on rice export as Maungdaw already suspended rice export,” said one of the rice dealers.
 
The ARSA extremist Bengali terrorists launched simultaneous attacks to over 30 border outposts in Maungdaw border area on August 25th.
Due to ARSA Bengali terrorist attacks, Maungdaw border trading suspended until September 17th. However, Sittway regularly deals with Bangladesh.
 
As Maungdaw border trade already suspended, merchants left in hand of rice and dry-fish. So, they are hoping to get dealing chance if security will be good condition.

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