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Sein Ta Lone mango expected to fetch Ks2.4million
May 22, 2017
A tonne of Sein Ta Lone (Diamond Solitaire) mango fetches about Ks2 million in the export market and the price is likely to increase as the mango yield this year possibly decreases, according to... 33

Multi-purpose container barge service starts
May 22, 2017
The Ministry of Transport and Communications has started the Inland Water Transport (IWT), a multi-purpose container barge service to transport goods along the Ayeyarwady River and containers in... 23

H&T Ministry to offer Green Season Promotion
May 22, 2017
In a bid to enhance both hotel and tourism businesses and the investment enterprises, Green Season Promotion will be offered with a reduced price of airline tickets, hotels and restaurants, said... 16

China Seeks Up to 85 Percent Stake in Strategic Port in Myanmar
May 20, 2017
China is looking to take a stake of up to 85 percent in a strategically important sea port in Myanmar, ac­cording to documents re­viewed by Reuters, in a move that could heighten tensions over China... 73

Over 600 jade mine licences in Kachin’s Gem land to expire this month
May 20, 2017
THE licences of over 600 jade mining blocks in Lonekhin, Hpakant and other sites in Kachin State will expire this month, according to the Myanmar Gems Enterprise under the Ministry of Natural Re... 66

Pazundaung night market to be opened
May 20, 2017
The Pazundaung night market will be opened with nearly 140 shops in the 10th Ward of Pazundaung township this month, according to an official from Pazundaung township Municipal Affairs Committee... 39

Auto market remains cool with high prices
May 19, 2017
The auto market not only in Yangon but also in other regions and states has been cool with the highest price rate in May.... 66

Online licences follow construction of Myawady Dry-Port
May 19, 2017
A plan is underway to construct a dry-port near Myawady trade zone and import/export online licensing system will be provided after the construction is completed, said an official from the Comme... 32

Blue plaques erected at Yangon Stock Exchange
May 19, 2017
The 18th commemorative Blue Plaque of Yangon was installed at Yangon Stock Exchange office building at the corner of Sule Pagoda Road and Merchant Road yesterday.... 33

Over 6,000 tonnes of fisheries products exported to China in April
May 18, 2017
Over 6,000 tonnes of fisheries products were exported to China through Muse border trade, according to the Commerce Ministry news.... 55

Yangon Gov’t to relax low-cost housing down payment rules
May 18, 2017
The Yangon Region Government is planning to relax the down payment requirements for purchasing low-cost housing and to extend the periods for loans, said Daw Nilar Kyaw, Regional Minister for El... 34

Ninety thousand motorcycles imported via Muse
May 18, 2017
Over 90,000 motorcycles were imported through the 105th Miles Muse Border Trade Zone in April, 2017-2018 FY, according to Myanmar Ministry of Commerce.... 27

Japan Hosts "Dialogue for Quality Infrastructure -- Building Asia's Future"
May 18, 2017
To realize ASEAN's sustainable economic growth, Japan's high-quality infrastructure is vital and essential. Against that background, the Government of Japan on May 10 hosted "Dialogue for Quality Infr... 56

Puma Energy Asia Sun Launches Myanmar’s ‘Largest’ Fuel Terminal, Targeting Domestic Growth
May 17, 2017
Puma Energy Asia Sun (PEAS), ma­jority owned by oil company Puma Energy, opened its $92 million petroleum product stor­age facility at the Thilawa industrial port, as it seeks to consolidate its pos... 71

Myanmar agarwood prepped for export
May 17, 2017
Myanma r agarwood products will soon be exported to foreign countries, said U Thaung Nyunt, the chairperson of the Myanmar Agarwood Entrepreneurs Association.... 49

High global gold price hikes domestic gold price
May 17, 2017
The domestic gold price reached a record high of about Ks899,500 per tical as the global gold price has risen, according to the local gold market.... 40

YSX stock trading still unpopular among the public
May 16, 2017
The decreased volume of stock trading on the Yangon Stock Exchange is likely to prove unpopular among the public.... 83

Chili growers in Thegon township expect good profits
May 16, 2017
Using a technique that allows earlier harvesting, chili growers in Thegon Township, Nay Pyi Taw, are optimistic about achieving a good yield of their produce this year and expect to get a good p... 87

Stamp duties of Ks5,000 and Ks10,000 to be levied on gold purchases
May 15, 2017
Stamps worth Ks5,000 and Ks10,000 will be required on gold purchases at domestic gold and jewellery shops starting on 1st June, according to the Internal Revenue Department.... 115

For the Global Economy, It Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This (It Gets Worse)
May 13, 2017
For the global econ­omy it doesn’t get any better than this, which is a different way of saying it gets worse. While the International Monetary Fund is call­ing for a gentle pickup in growth ne... 124

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