August 19, 2016

Australian investor to build vinery in Chin State

Grapes from Chin being seen. Photo: Zu Zin Hnin
Grapes from Chin being seen. Photo: Zu Zin Hnin

AN Australian leading grapes wine manufacturer plans to establish a winery in Haka, the capital town of Chin State, this year.
A member of Chin State Government said the name of Australian company will be revealled when the project initiates in the region.
In cooperation with the state authorities, the implementation of such production business aims to create more employment opportunities for locals.  After the project is completed, quality grapes wine manufactured from local products is planned to be distributed in both local market as well as foreign countries. Native species of grapes will be grown in nine townships in Chin State for the new project. Among townships in Chin State, in Tiddim and Falam are famous as grapes growing areas, planting mostly common. Chin State is located in western part of Myanmar. It is bordered by Rakhine State in the south and Bangladesh in the south-west.—200


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