Thursday, March 26 2015

In their first visit to Myanmar, members of the U.S. Potato Board met with key partners in the Myanmar food industry to provide information on American potatoes as well as discuss technical assistance and food safety needs. 

World Bank Senior Vice President and Chief Economist Kaushik Basu delivers remarks at the 'Building Shared Prosperity in an Unequal World' seminar during the International Monetary Fund and World Bank Group 2014 annual meetings in Washington, DC, USA, October 8, 2014.Photo: Shawn Thew/EPA
Wednesday, March 25 2015

The World Bank says access to finance is the top constraint for private enterprises as Myanmar’s economy ...

Garment workers at a clothing factory in Pathein, Ayeyarwaddy, Myanmar. Photo: Hong Sar/Mizzima
Wednesday, March 25 2015

The Asian Development Bank predicted economic growth in Myanmar will surge by over eight percent for the next two years as ...

Tuesday, March 24 2015

The Export and Import Bank of India has given a US$198.96 million [K198.96 billion] line of credit to the Myanma Foreign Trade Bank for ...

Liverpool FC signs with Cobra Energy Drink on March 22, 2015. Photo: Liverpool FC
Monday, March 23 2015

Liverpool FC have announced the launch of a new regional partnership with Cobra Energy Drink, which sees the brand become ...

MySQUAR faces heavy competition from Facebook. Photo: MySQUAR
Monday, March 23 2015

Myanmar’s only social media platform in the local language is planning an initial public offering on London’s AIM, as it seeks to ...

Short term, gas is Myanmar's easiest option. Photo:
Saturday, March 21 2015

While Myanmar has one of the lowest rates of electrification in Southeast Asia, it also has abundant reserves of untapped gas, ...

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 ...

Monday, March 16 2015

Myanmar President U Thein Sein has offered Malaysia a chance to operate flights linking Malaysia and Mandalay, one of the country's main tourist attractions, according to Bangkok Post on March 16.


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