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China-Myanmar border trade could be disrupted if military conflict intensifies, analysts say

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Every day, e-commerce trader Mr Sun imports live crabs from Myanmar to Ruili, a major border crossing in the southwestern Chinese province of Yunnan. But all of his crabs were seized in Myanmar after the coup on Monday.“The traffic was cut off. Telecommunication was cut off, too. I have no idea when I can get my crabs in,” Sun said.Given that he has few crabs in stock, and the crabs survive for only a few days, Sun said he dramatically raised his prices on Tuesday.Myanmar’s military detained de…

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Every day, e-commerce trader Mr Sun imports live crabs from Myanmar to Ruili, a major border crossing in the southwestern Chinese province of Yunnan. But all of his crabs were seized in Myanmar after the coup on Monday.“The traffic was cut off. Telecommunication was cut off, too. I have no idea when I can get my crabs in,” Sun said.Given that he has few crabs in stock, and the crabs survive for only a few days, Sun said he dramatically raised his prices on Tuesday.Myanmar’s military detained de…

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