The ownership shareholding of Yadanapon Teleport Public Company is being changed so that it is in line with a public company and can be granted a communications licence, U Than Tun Aung, director of Myanma Posts and Telecommunications told Mizzima on November 16.
10 Nov Mobile technology
Money management and healthcare messages for all
Logos for Ooredoo and Telenor are everywhere on the streets of Myanmar’s main cities as the country’s first international telecommunications companies – as well as the reforming Myanmar Posts and Telecommunications – battle for a leading share in a booming telecoms market.
A Sweden and Singapore-based angel investor has stepped in with a US$150,000 injection of funds for the up-and-coming Myanmar IT start-up NEX to help continue its ascent in the mobile applications development sector, according to NEX founder and CEO Ko Ye Myat Min.
Telenor Myanmar SIM cards will work in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Malaysia and Thailand, a spokesperson for the company told Mizzima on October 8.
|Minister of Industry U Maung Myint opens the "Manufacturing Myanmar 2014" exhibition at the Myanmar Convention Centre in Yangon October 2. The exhibition seeks to connect local manufacturers with international companies offering high-tech solutions and improvements to manufacturing processes. Photo: Manufacturing Myanmar 2014|
International brands are peddling their manufacturing solutions at a trade show in Yangon that seeks to encourage local industries to adopt new technology to improve productivity and output.