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US prepares to amend Myanmar trade sanctions The United States is preparing to amend sanctions on Myanmar after banks complained they can’t finance trade that goes through the nation’s main port terminal because
Myanmar Plaza open for business A new commercial centre has opened in Yangon, one peg of a Vietnam-backed construction project that will eventually encompass a five-star hotel and five blocks of residential...
Foreign investors compete for mixed-use Yangon project Eight foreign companies from five countries are bidding to develop a 2-acre plot of land in Yangon owned by the Myanmar Construction Entrepreneurs Association, according to chair
Censof eyes Indonesia, Myanmar Censof Holdings Bhd, which received shareholders’ approval for the acquisition of a 51% stake in Asian Business Software Solutions Pte Ltd (ABSS) yesterday, aims to grow...
Aust business nous could boost Myanmar Australia's expertise in agriculture, mining and education is seen playing a key role in Myanmar once Aung San Suu Kyi's National League Democracy (NLD) takes power next...
Rail projects to connect Thailand’s industrial zones to the region Despite some delays, Thailand is pushing ahead with a series of rail projects that will link its industrial hubs to China and restore historical routes to Laos and Vietnam.
Imports decline, still exceed exports Myanmar’s import volume, including car imports, has reached US$9 billion this year, down more than $250 million from the same period last year, according to the commerce...
Shwe Taung launches $300m project in downtown Yangon Shwe Taung Group of Companies yesterday launched a mixed-use project worth US$300 million in the centre of Yangon, demonstrating that the local conglomerate has shaken off its...
New Yangon business district to cost $350m A New central business district in the north of Yangon will be built at a cost of almost US$350 million, with construction to begin next year, pending Myanmar Investment...
Sales to rise, prices to fall, say Yangon real estate agents Real estate is likely to bounce back in 2016 after more than a year of depressed sales, while prices will fall as new supply comes online, said investors and agents.
Myanmar hopes to boost South Korea trade ties Fresh from their second outing in Seoul, Myanmar producers are looking forward to enhanced trade with South Korea, particularly in value-added products. The experience will also...
Commerce ministry opens trade to foreign companies The Ministry of Commerce has relaxed long-standing trade restrictions on foreign companies, to allow onshore imports for the first time, though these will initially be limited to
Myanmar border trade up by $500m Trade at Myanmar’s border posts as of mid-November showed a 14% rise over last year despite a fall in trade at some locations due to armed conflict or natural disaster,...
High imports of capital goods lead to trade deficit Myanmar has seen consecutive trade deficits since 2012. The value of the country’s imports is higher than of its exports due to huge imports of capital goods for production
The falling kyat and rising cost of doing business As the kyat touches K1299 to the US dollar, its weakest level since the currency was floated in April 2012, and inflation rises, businesspeople in downtown Yangon discuss the...
As inflation rises, Central Bank aims at monetary tightening The Central Bank of Myanmar plans to tighten monetary policy to counter inflation, though at the request of banks has extended the deadline to meet a new reserve requirement...
Myanmar to launch its first stock exchange in December Myanmar will launch Yangon stock exchange market, the country's first stock exchange, on December 9, months before the term of the present government expires in March next...
Real challenge for Myanmar opposition leader comes after polls Aung San Suu Kyi and her opposition party may have won Myanmar's election. But how will Suu Kyi carry out her political duties without losing her role as the country's...