- Italian-Thai’s hydropower project in lower Myanmar allegedly stops
- Swiss Upper House Speaker paves the way for Swiss investments in Myanmar
- Myanmar spends US$300m annually for palm oil imports
- First Central Cooperatives Business Center to be opened in June
- Wood, finished-wood products export gets exemption from custom check
- Best Western group to take over Myanmar’s Green Hill Hotel
- Criticisms hit mall’s construction near sacred pagoda
- Import cargo services to be privatized in Yangon International Airport
- Myanmar to form “trade facilitation” force
- Myanmar Microfinance Bank to be launched
The Federation of Oversea Employment Agencies (Myanmar) has opened its first branch office in Bangkok to help Myanmar migrant workers in Thailand and to protect their labour rights, the federation chairman Min Hlaing said.
Last Updated on Monday, 20 May 2013 20:05
The commerce ministry will turn property under its jurisdiction into shops and centers amid a growing demand as the country’s open up its economic and development space, Commerce Minister Win Myint said.
Last Updated on Monday, 20 May 2013 20:41
Myanmar’s Road Transport Administration reported that it had registered nearly 90,000 vehicles as of May 16 but public transport buses remain in short supply.
Last Updated on Sunday, 19 May 2013 22:51
The Nepalese Airlines have been in talks with Myanmar airlines authorities to launch direct flight services from Yangon to Kathmandu, according airlines director Saroj K. Kasaju.
Last Updated on Monday, 20 May 2013 00:42
The Yangon City Development Committee has signed an agreement with the SK Engineering Construction last Friday to conduct feasibility surveys on the water supply from Kokkowa River to Hlinethaya Township and Yangon’s western zone.
Last Updated on Sunday, 19 May 2013 22:31