Submitted by Eleven on Mon, 09/12/2016 - 21:02
“I am a peaceful man now after the Asean,” said Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte upon his return this weekend from the Asean Summit in Laos.
“I don't want to pick a fight with any nation. I only want to be at peace with everybody. Doing business with everybody," he added.
Submitted by Eleven on Mon, 09/05/2016 - 18:40
The Myanmar government is trying to focus on generating electricity from cost-effective water resources to meet local demand for electricity.
The public does not accept the Myitsone dam project as a way to generate hydroelectric power from the Ayeyawady River, nor does it accept coal-fired power projects. When it comes to gas-fired power projects, gas from the existing projects is not enough for domestic consumption as it is being excessively produced for export purposes. Besides, natural gas has a high production cost.
Submitted by Eleven on Fri, 08/26/2016 - 13:12
I happened to read an article entitled "The Myitsone project and hydro-power project" written by Han Thar Myint in the August 22 issue of D Wave Journal.
Submitted by Eleven on Sat, 08/06/2016 - 19:05
Aung San Suu Kyi told the Forum 2000 Conference in September 2013 in the Czech Republic that the best governments go about their business without being noticed.
Speaking under former president Thein Sein’s administration, she spelled out what she hoped for in Myanmar.
Submitted by phochan on Thu, 05/26/2016 - 10:27
A 500 billion political land mine and Myanmar’s gaping budget
Growth retardation of the agricultural sector connects too many aspects of economy issues such as lack of investment, lack of industrialization, obstacles in producing and distribution of goods, high unemployment rates, etc.
It is a high priority economic policy that the new government must endeavor to implement as the development of the agricultural sector directly influences rural development.
Submitted by whtut on Mon, 02/08/2016 - 12:47
Dear Union Parliament Speaker U Mann Win Khaing Than,
I have read the statement issued by the parliamentary office dated February 5. I am not sure whether or not you are aware of the statement, but it was signed off by U Kyaw Soe, the secretary of the Central Committee for Holding Parliamentary Sessions and director general of the parliamentray office.
The statement is titled “For the Coordination with the Media” and expressed the don’ts for the media professionals in the Parliament.