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Supply Chain Manager - Knauf

Knauf is a multinational producer of building materials and construction systems, headquartered in Iphofen, Germany. Knauf has over 23,000 employees in over 40 countries, and has a turnover in excess of €5.6billion. 

 
Production Planner - My Xuan Ceramic

My Xuan Ceramic is one of the leading housewares ceramic manufacturing company in Vietnam, exporting most of its production to Europe with total headcounts over 300 and sales over $5m and main customer being Ikea.

Logistics Manager - New Viet Diary

Own 5 warehouses with modern frozen and chill system and big delivery team at 5 sites, we are finding a good candidate for Logistics Manager. Dynamic, experienced and good educated people are welcomed for this vacancy.

      
Low-cost housing now much cheaper A planned low-cost housing plan will sell units for between K7.5 million (US$7200) and K9 million, a departure from other recent government low-cost housing options which had...
Minimum wage debate still unresolved Two years after the government passed a law to set a minimum wage, it still has not come into existence.
Govt targets 10% for tax to GDP ratio Finance Minister U Win Shein said the country has aimed to increase the tax to GDP ratio to 10 percent this year.
DICA licenses not enough to allow futures trading, official says The Directorate of Investment and Company Administration is registering companies to trade futures online, but it is not responsible for oversight of the business, according to...
Government extends one-third of K20 billion in SME loans State-Owned SME Development Bank has disbursed K7 billion (US$6.8 million) to 237 small and medium enterprises in 2014-15 fiscal year through a government program.
Mining ministry takes five firms to court over annual fees Five small gold producers will be taken to court for not providing agreed-on amounts of gold to the government, according to U Aye Kyaw, a director at the Ministry of Mines.
FMI seeks spot in busier skies The domestic aviation industry is, at first glance, overcrowded.
Everyday people fear inflation with budget Economists and everyday people say they are concerned about rising prices resulting from a large planned civil servant salary increase, as members of parliament spoke in favour...
First ship arrives for strategic petroleum reserve program Myanmar has begun building a strategic petroleum reserve (SPR) program, hoping to take advantage of declining international crude prices to build up its own stock.
Rural growth relies on access to markets Market access and poor infrastructure still confounds rural development, according to experts.
A 2015 finish planned for first part of Yangon airport expansion The first part of the new Yangon International Airport terminal building will be completed this year, helping to alleviate strained capacity at the country’s main...
Brake on car sales comes with surprise parking policy Car importers are complaining about delays with paperwork following Yangon Region changes to vehicle import policies.
Shell plans exploration after offshore contract A consortium led by Royal Dutch Shell has signed production sharing agreements for three blocks with state-run Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise, with future plans for a significant...
Ophir to be the first offshore block winner to explore OPHIR Energy is to begin exploring its block for energy after signing one of the first offshore Production Sharing Contracts (PSC) with Myanma Oil and Gas in December last year.
Myanmar Shipyards partners with Vietnam company Myanma Shipyards will link up with a Vietnamese shipbuilder to form a joint venture company, according to officials.
Trade deficit increases six-fold in first half of 2014-15 year The trade deficit is becoming an increasing cause for concern as it widened to K2.3 trillion (US$2.2 billion) in the first six months of the 2014-15 financial year, according to...
Muse rice traders hoping New Years brings better luck Muse-based rice traders are hopeful that the Year of the Sheep will improve their fortunes. Rice exports to China have plummeted to almost nothing from peaks of 2000 tonnes a day
Central Bank slowing down foreign loans Foreign loans entering Myanmar are being held up for months as the Central Bank of Myanmar tightens its grip on incoming capital.