Business

Enterprise business to drive Huawei’s growth outside China

 

18 Myanmar workers return home jobless despite MoU to work in Thailand

Eighteen Myanmar workers arrived back home from Thailand as they were not able to obtain suitable jobs even though they were under a memorandum of understanding.

Minister calls for shift from trade-based to production-based system

 

Fuel oil imports up in 2017-18 FY

The value of fuel oil imports during 2017-2018 fiscal year has reached a record high of up to US$ three billion, up over US$ one billion compared with the same period last year, according to the Ministry of Commerce.

Potential sites to be chosen to build Myanmar-China border trade cooperation zone

Potential sites will be chosen to build a Myanmar-China border trade cooperation zone, according to the Ministry of Commerce.

Aiming high for AI frontier with smart devices

By KHINE KYAW

MYANMAR ELEVEN

SHENZHEN, CHINA

Average inflation rate hits 4.03 pc in March

 

 

The average inflation rate in March was 4.03 per cent, with the highest rates reported in Rakhine and Mandalay and the lowest in the Union Territory, according to the figures released by the Central Statistical Organization.

First global vision for digital industry unveiled

 

Shenzhen, China

Huawei Technologies Co, a Chinese ICT giant, on Tuesday released its first-ever Global Industry Vision 2025 report during its global analysis summit 2018.

India govt. signs highway construction project of India-Myanmar-Thai

The India–Myanmar–Thailand Trilateral Highway is that will connect India with the ASEAN region. The highway will link Moreh in Manipur state (India), via Mandalay city (Myanmar) and to Mae Sot district (Thailand).
India Government has signed agreement on construction of the highway according to Business Standard news agency. The 1,400-kilometre-long highway that will link India with Southeast Asia by land for the first time in decades, giving a boost to trade and cultural exchanges between the three countries.

Over 50,000 Myanmar workers went abroad in three months

More than 50,000 Myanmar citizens left their homeland within the past three months to work abroad, according to monthly employment figures released by the Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population.

From January to March this year, there were 50,500 workers who left Myanmar in order to work in foreign countries and most went to nighbouring Thailand.