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Military attack in Myanmar’s Muse limitedly affected tin ore exports to China
Apr 26,2020 17:28CST
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Shipments of tin ore from Myanmar to China through Ruili customs remain normal even as China has closed the nearby Jiegao border crossing with Myanmar following a military attack in the Muse town of Myanmar on Thursday night.

SHANGHAI, Apr 26 (SMM) – Shipments of tin ore from Myanmar to China through Ruili customs remain normal even as China has closed the nearby Jiegao border crossing with Myanmar following a military attack in the Muse town of Myanmar on Thursday night.

 

Most of China’s tin ore imports from Myanmar are from the Wa State, while a smaller proportion enters China through Ruili customs.

 

It was reported that the headquarters of a local government-backed militia based in Muse, Shan State was attacked by unknown gunmen Thursday night, and that vehicles, a school and other buildings in China’s Ruili town were damaged by bullets, artillery fire and flames from an exploding gas station in Myanmar.

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