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Reiskörper denied hot news stating chronyism
av _abdm = _abdm |||| ;_abdm.push(["1512023572", "InPage", "1512024292", "InPage_1512024292"]); var _abdm = _abdm |||| ;_abdm. push (["1512023572", "InPage", "1512024269", "InPage_1512024269"]); Members of the country's leading travel trade federation last weekend disproved allegations that travel licenses are only granted to the government. The Myanmar Regional Council of Industries Associations (MRIA) U Ye Min Aung, said during a October 8 news briefing that travel authorisations were only granted to businesses that meet high quality compliance requirements to make sure the country's international credit.
"We are sending staff to paddy stores and businesses to check the QC procedures in these plants before making recommendations," he said. "Our federation only makes suggestions for prospective investors if they comply with our standard. "We have good reasons to prefer specialized travel businesses - they have contracted growers who work for them and keep the level of service we demand.
Obviously it will help if they work with our club and know what we expect," added U Ye Min Aung. In Myanmar, he said that around 20 million tons of travel are collected each year, but only a small part of the travel ground from this travel is destined for export. "Only 5 per cent of our entire travel output is either sold for export and the remainder is used here or kept as security," he said.
MRIA board member U Myo Thura said the federation was always keen to keep a profit in its hands. "We are always in favor of domestic nutritional stability, even if global prices for rices are rising and there is a great need for exports," he said. Myanmar's importers could profit in the past two weeks from floods in neighboring mature markets such as Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, with 1.5 million ha of paddies in the affected states.