Myanmar has abundance natural resources such as petroleum, timber, tin, antimony, zinc, copper, tungsten, lead, coal, marble, limestone, precious stones, natural gas and hydropower. Rice, pulses and beans, oilseeds, fruits and vegetables, sugarcane, hardwood, marine products are produced in Myanmar.
Is Myanmar poor or rich?
For the 2020 estimate, GDP per capita in Myanmar will be USD $5142.20 in PPP per capita and USD $1,608.50 in nominal per capita. This will make Myanmar one of the poorest countries in Southeast Asia.
What are Myanmar’s top 3 exports?
The 5 biggest exported goods from Myanmar by value are petroleum gases, unknitted and non-crocheted men’s suits or trousers, dried shelled vegetables, unknitted and non-crocheted women’s clothing and refined copper.
What are the major imports and exports of Myanmar?
Top 5 Products exports imports at HS 6 digit level 2019
Myanmar exported Copper cathodes and sections of cathodes unwrou , worth US$ 803,531.74 million. Myanmar exported Prec or semi-prec stones (o/t diamonds) unwkd o , worth US$ 778,374.05 million. Myanmar exported Dried beans, shelled , worth US$ 762,001.85 million.
What crops are grown in Myanmar?
Myanmar’s agricultural industry can be divided into three sectors: crop production, livestock, and fishing. In terms of Myanmar’s main crop production, it is renowned for its production of rice, sugar cane, and dry beans, among other vegetables. Interestingly, Myanmar was once the biggest exporter of rice in Asia.