ADB to Help Improve Irrigation, Agriculture Production in Myanmar

ADB has approved a $75 million loan to help strengthen Myanmar’s agriculture production and value chain development by improving and modernizing irrigation systems in three regions of the country’s central dry zone.

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Publish Date: 29th November 2016

Last Updated: 29th November 2016

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