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The United States is preparing to amend sanctions on Myanmar after banks complained they can’t finance trade that...
POSTED |  05-12-2015
Rescuers were searching for victims of a huge mine landslide in northern Myanmar on Monday...
POSTED |  23-11-2015
Myanmar President Thein Sein will only meet Aung San Suu Kyi after the final results of the Nov 8 election are tallied.
POSTED |  11-11-2015
Myanmar democracy champion Aung San Suu Kyi said she was ready to defy the powerful military’s attempts to clip ...
POSTED |  10-11-2015
Counting of ballots is under way in Myanmar after voting ended in the country’s first openly contested parliamentary election ...
POSTED |  08-11-2015
Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi will lead the country from behind the scenes if her party wins upcoming elections.
POSTED |  07-10-2015
Heavy storms, floods and landslides across nearly all provinces in Myanmar have dealt a major blow to the country’s agriculture.
POSTED |  03-09-2015
Myanmar has signed a concession agreement with a consortium of private developers, including Italian-Thai Development (ITD) Public Company, for the Dawei special economic zone.
POSTED |  08-08-2015
Nearly 7,000 prisoners in Myanmar have been given presidential pardons.
POSTED |  30-07-2015
Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi said this year’s general election could be delayed if ...
POSTED |  20-06-2015
Myanmar insisted it was not to blame for Southeast Asia’s latest influx of “boat people” ...
POSTED |  29-05-2015
The foreign ministers of Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand are scheduled to meet to discuss the flow of Bangladesh and Myanmar migrants ...
POSTED |  17-05-2015
Myanmar says it has found a rare, white elephant in the jungles of the western Ayeyarwaddy region.
POSTED |  01-03-2015
The easing of economic sanctions by Western countries in 2012 has helped Myanmar expand its manufacturing sector.
POSTED |  16-02-2015
Ms Aung San Suu Kyi has insisted she can still lead Myanmar, despite her fears that the transition from dictatorship has become a “parody of democracy.”
POSTED |  06-02-2015
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