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Thursday, May 14 2015

The Myanmar government’s approval of a Thai-Japanese consortium’s plan to build a large US$2.8 billion coal-fired power station in ...

Saturday, May 2 2015

The laying of twin oil and gas pipelines cutting through northern Myanmar to China, sparked complaints of poor compensation to ...

Traders buying jade and precious stones to export. Photo: EPA
Wednesday, April 29 2015

An export strategy aimed at integrating Myanmar more broadly into the world economy has been launched by the government with ...

Friday, March 20 2015

The government needs to adopt sound and appropriate policies to generate more tax revenue for the national budget, experts said at a workshop in Yangon on March 6.

Wednesday, March 18 2015

China is showing interest in reviving long-standing proposals for a deep-water canal through ...

Friday, March 13 2015

Another piece of cross-border electricity cooperation in Southeast Asia is moving into place in a jigsaw of development projects that could ultimately benefit Myanmar.

U Htun Htun Naing in Blue Ocean's Yangon call center
Thursday, February 26 2015

Entrepeneur U Htun Htun Naing has been an information technology pioneer in Myanmar for nearly 15 years. His adventures in IT began in 2001 when he launched BEE Cyberland, a firm that focussed on animation and software development. 

Sunday, December 14 2014

Foreign direct investment in Myanmar stands at US$3.8 billion [K3,800 billion] for the first eight months of the 2014-15 fiscal year provided

Wednesday, October 8 2014

Following recent institutional and policy reforms and international re-engagement, Myanmar can expect economic growth to reach 8.5 percent this year and next, says a press release published by the World Bank on October 6.

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