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Myanmar worker carries rice bags on his shoulder at a jetty near Yangon river, Yangon, Myanmar, 03 September 2015. Myanmar Rice Federation (MRF) official told media that Myanmar would resume rice export on mid-september which has halted since the first week of August after mooson heavy rain and floods hit around the nation. MRF said this year rice export is expected less than 1.5 millon tons despide the government firstly expected about 2 million tons of this fical year as about 400.000 hectares of rice fields were expected to be damaged by floods

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A Myanmar worker carries rice bags on his shoulder at a jetty near Yangon river, Yangon, Myanmar on Thursday. Myanmar will resume rice export from september which has been halted since the first week of August after mooson heavy rain and floods hit around the nation

A pedestrian crosses a road in Tokyo, Japan, on Wednesday, May 15, 2013. Japan's economy expanded the most in a year last quarter as consumer spending and export gains outweighed the weakest business investment since the wake of the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami. Photographer: Akio Kon/Bloomberg

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A pedestrian crosses a road in Tokyo, Japan. The economy of Japan expanded last quarter, the most in a year, as consumer spending and export gains outweighed the weakest business investment since the earthquake and tsunami of March 2011