A Chinese study programme will train 20 young entrepreneurs from Myanmar in textile industry skills, such as spinning, weaving and dyeing, according to the Myanmar Textile Manufacturers’ Association.
The young people will visit Nanning in Guangzhou province, China, for 10 days in June to learn about the industry, said U Tin Myo Win, vice chairman.
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