GPC interview with Shyam Narsaria from Arvee International

GPC interview with Shyam Narsaria from Arvee International

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Dario Bard, Reporter

 

Back at the Pulses 2019 Conference in Rio de Janeiro, Shyam Narsaria from Arvee International sat down with the GPC to discuss pulse production in Myanmar, the impact of import restrictions in India, and the future of the pulse trade in Myanmar.

GPC interview with Shyam Narsaria from Arvee International
GPC interview with Shyam Narsaria from Arvee International
GPC interview with Shyam Narsaria from Arvee International

0:30 Can you tell us a bit about pulse production and consumption in Myanmar?

0:54 Which are the main destinations for Myanmar's pulses exports?

1:44 How has the imposition of import restrictions affected trade into India?

2:22 What has been the impact on pulse production?

3:10 We understand that the government of Myanmar is suggesting farmers to increase production of some pulse types and avoid others. Can you tell us more about that?

4:17 How do you see the future of Myanmar's pulse exports?

5:04 How do you see the future of pulse trade between Myanmar and India?

6:30 Why did you decide to attend the Pulses 2019 Conference in Rio de Janeiro?

Shyam Narsaria / Arvee International / Myanmar / mung bean / black matpe / pigeon peas

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