The Ruili Port is seen on the Chinese side in Yunnan province, at the border with Myanmar. Photo: Simon Song The Ruili Port is seen on the Chinese side in Yunnan province, at the border with Myanmar. Photo: Simon Song
The Ruili Port is seen on the Chinese side in Yunnan province, at the border with Myanmar. Photo: Simon Song
China trade

Myanmar coup: China border trade could be disrupted if military conflict intensifies, analysts say

  • Cargo shipments are said to be uninterrupted at major trade port in Yunnan province, but people still not allowed to cross border amid pandemic
  • China is Myanmar’s largest trading partner and its second-largest source of investment

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The Ruili Port is seen on the Chinese side in Yunnan province, at the border with Myanmar. Photo: Simon Song The Ruili Port is seen on the Chinese side in Yunnan province, at the border with Myanmar. Photo: Simon Song
The Ruili Port is seen on the Chinese side in Yunnan province, at the border with Myanmar. Photo: Simon Song
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