Government will open other border trade offices


The fourth Indo-Myanmar border trade office has to be opened in Paletwa and Mariah Wa town, Chin state for transportation and goods inspection.

The state run newspaper said that the government has already opened border trade offices in Tamu, Sagaing region and Rihkhawdar, Thantlang in Chin state. Now for the fourth time, two offices will be opened in Paletwa, southern Chin state.

A border trade office in Mariah Wa village, 122 miles from Paletwa town, is being constructed and is to be inaugurated by One Stop Service (OSS) that includes the Directorate of Trade and Commerce Department, Transportation Department, Taxation Department, Myanmar Foreign Trading Bank, Myanmar Investment and Trading Bank. Read more…

Paletwa town policemen explain water-way system


The traffic and water-way system of Paletwa – Kyauktaw, has been explained to boat owners, drivers and traders of ferry services, who also carry passengers, on 25 July by the commandant of Paletwa town police station of Chin state.

The commandant said that vehicular accidents happen in various places in Myanmar, so the higher authorities directed us to make people aware, but in Paletwa Township, Chin state, we are using only waterways transportation. So we have to be careful about our transportation system.

“This kind of awareness is necessary. Here we don’t have separate passenger boats. Passengers travel with heavy goods loaded on boats. This kind of problem has to be solved by our authorities,” said a traveller in Paletwa town. Read more…

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