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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
China and Myanmar signed deals worth $7.8 billion for energy, agriculture, telecommunications, infrastructure and finance during Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's visit to the Southeast Asian country on 14 November 2014.
POSTED |  15-11-2014
I met a young rice farmer during my recent trip to Myanmar. He has a tiny plot of land on the outskirts of the irrigation system and could harvest only one rice crop a year.
POSTED |  20-06-2014-- By Sergiy Zory --
Foreign banks have been invited to submit “expressions of interest” to the Central Bank of Myanmar.
POSTED |  03-06-2014
The hotel market in Myanmar's capital city Yangon is set for another year of record growth.
POSTED |  23-05-2014
Myanmar exported teak, hardwood and other timber worth altogether US$947 million in the 2013-2014 fiscal year, according to the Ministry of Commerce.
POSTED |  02-05-2014
Myanmar art treasures are now on display in New York for the first time at a prestigious exhibition which will draw attention to the country as an attractive place to visit, a tourism newspaper said.
POSTED |  19-04-2014
Myanmar’s economy is forecast to grow by an average 7.8 percent over the next two years.
POSTED |  19-04-2014
Since President Thein Sein’s quasi-civilian administration took office in 2011, the country’s political environment has seen many liberal changes. These changes have prompted Western nations to lift economic sanctions and provide support through financial aid,
POSTED |  08-04-2014-- By Songpol Kaopatumtip --
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