According to pulse traders in Bayintnaung

India has permitted the import of 250,000 tonnes of jute, which has increased by more than 100,000 kyats per tonne to approximately 1230,000 kyats per tonne FAQ. This has resulted in an increase in domestic bean prices by more than 100,000 kyats per ton.

The Indian Ministry of Commerce and Industry claims that India’s import quota will rise to 2.5 million tonnes during the 2019–2020 fiscal year.The Directorate of Unfamiliar Exchange (DGFT) gave an exchange warning on December 19, 2019 with Exchange Mandate No.43 / 2019-2020.
As per India’s Update of Grasping (MoU) between the two nations and the Service of Industry (MoU) on December 18, the Service of International concerns (MoU) has marked a Notice of Figuring out (MoU) between the two nations and the Service of Industry and Exchange (MoU) on December 18, 2014.
The order states that the DGFT has issued a trade notification stating that the additional 250,000 tonnes of pulses that are going to be imported will be given to local pulse mills and refineries.From December 20 to December 31, 2019, importers will be able to submit quota applications online.The organizations that have been permitted to import 250,000 extra lots of heartbeats should show up in Indian ports by Walk 31, 2020.
The price of red bean FAQ increased to 1205,000 kyats per ton on November 18, but then decreased once more.The price of a ton of red bean FAQ dropped to 968,000 kyats on December 10 evening.The price of FAQ per ton increased to 1230,000 kyats on December 20.