- Myanmar's first Internet Freedom Forum to be held in Yangon
- Myanmar Microfinance Bank to be launched
- Myanmar-US Chamber of Commerce established during President’s US trip
- KIA opens first-ever showroom in Yangon
- Myanmar Oil & Gas Summit to be held in June
- Panasonic eyeing to open a branch in Yangon
- Thailand’s PTT plans to open filling stations in Myanmar
- Border trade resumes in Rakhine State after "Mahasen"
- True Corp eyes presence in Myanmar
- Eagles Air and Sea to pursue opportunity for JV in Myanmar
Trade liberalization in Myanmar saw license requirements dropped for another batch of import commodities that covers about 600 imported goods, according to the Ministry of Commerce.
Last Updated on Friday, 17 May 2013 23:18
Myanmar is currently drawing a master plan for National Integrated Transport with the assistance of Japan International Corporation Agency (JICA), an official from the Suntac Company said.
Last Updated on Friday, 17 May 2013 23:13
Low-cost GSM SIM cards will be available after the 1,500 K CDMA SIM Cards are being sold, according to the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 May 2013 22:33
Myanmar’s low-cost SIM card price has reached 500,000 kyats [about $555] apiece in Mandalay’s resale market as the card’s numbers are assumed “beautiful”, although it’s officially priced at 1500 kyats [about $2] apiece to sell, according to sources.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 May 2013 22:59
Korean firm Inno Company and the military-owned Union of Myanmar Economic Holding Ltd (UMEHL) have formed a joint venture to run a garment factory in Mingalardon township, Yangon, according to the Ministry of National Planning and Economic Development.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 May 2013 22:22