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Burma Beans and Pulses
In November, Burma exported 45,107 metric tons (mt) of beans and pulses, up 23 percent from the same period in 2003. Matpe exports accounted for 65 percent of the total beans and pulses export, followed by mung beans (20 percent) and chickpea (9 percent). The major destination was China (35 percent of total exports), followed by India (32 percent).

Market Situation The inflow of new bean and pulse crop into Rangoon markets in November was low. Trading activities started to pick up only in the last week of November due to some export loading activities. Border trade was also low. China, which has inconsistent bean demand, became the largest buyer, followed by India. Meanwhile Burmese bean and pulse exports to Japan dropped dramatically due to a finding of beyond-limit hydrogen cyanide contamination in Burma’s Butter beans (Lima beans). Trade sources reported that several Burmese exporters mixed new-crop beans of low hydrogen cyanide contamination with old-crop beans, which typically contain high level of this toxic substance, before they exported to Japan. Meanwhile, they sent good samples of low-chemical-contaminated beans to export surveyors for testing before they exported. Bean and pulse exports to China and Thailand are mostly border trade deals.
MGR Archive 1.2.2005
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