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Mandalay bens and Pulscs market on decline despite unblocking of accounts
Jun 27, 2017
Mandalay beans and Pulscs market remains on decline this week even after China has unfrozen over 300 bank accounts.... 7

Used Mini-Truck Prices Surge After Government Announces Import Restrictions
Jun 25, 2017
The price of used mi­ni-trucks - trucks weighing less than one tonne - surged last week after the govern­ment announced it would restrict importers to bringing in a maximum of one used truck per mon... 54

Thai Export Import Bank Opens Office in Yangon in Bid to Promote Trade, Investment
Jun 25, 2017
The Export-Import Bank of Thai­land (EXIM)has launched a representative office in Yangon in a bid to promote trade and in­vestment between the two neighbours. EXIM's Yangon branch will be the fir... 56

Construction Milestone Sees High Rise Galaxy Towers Shift to Next Phase
Jun 25, 2017
The fourth and final tower of up-scale high-rise apart­ment development Galaxy Towers in Yangon is now structurally complete, ac­cording to one the pro­ject's main backers Yoma Strategic. Now th... 48

Mandalay Night Market opens to massive crowds
Jun 25, 2017
Mandalay will formally open the Yandanapon Night Market consisting three zones at the foot of Mandalay Hill in mid-July, according to a report yesterday in Mandalay Yandanapon newspaper.... 68

MIC permits 66 foreign and 24 Myanmar citizen investment projects
Jun 23, 2017
The Myanmar Investment Commission (MIC) permitted 66 foreign investment and 24 Myanmar citizen investment projects as of mid June in the current fiscal year, according to Wednesday’s edition o... 73

China reopens Myanmar company bank accounts
Jun 23, 2017
China reopened Myanmar company bank accounts yesterday which were frozen on 14 June as part of an ongoing gambling probe, according to the Ministry of Commerce.... 72

Chin State gets priority for future business development
Jun 23, 2017
The Ministry of Planning and Finance said yesterday that Chin State will be prioritised for help in its future business development.... 58

New stamps as gold tax goes national
Jun 22, 2017
COMMERCIAL tax stamps will be affixed to gold purchase receipts beginning in July to reflect a new levy imposed upon gold purchases this month, an Internal Revenue Department official told Myawa... 63

Yangon government to call for tenders to renovate abandoned amusement park
Jun 21, 2017
The abandoned amusement park next to the Yangon Zoo might be getting a second lease on life, although that day is probably still a good while away. First opened in 1998, the park was shut down roug... 97

Gold to be allowed for export/ import
Jun 19, 2017
A discussion is ongoing to delist gold from the list of restricted items for export and import, according to Sunday’s report of the Myawady Daily newspaper.... 96

China freezes bank accounts of Myanmar companies : Commerce minister in negotiations to reopen accounts
Jun 19, 2017
Three banks in Yunnan Province, China froze the bank accounts of over 100 Myanmar companies engaged in border trade last week over possible links to illegal internet gambling and smuggling, prom... 74

Japan constitutes nearly half of FDI in Thilawa SEZ
Jun 18, 2017
Japan has put investments of US$468 million into Thilawa Special Economic Zone (SEZ) so far, accounting for over 43 per cent of total foreign direct investments, according to Myanmar Japan Thila... 105

FDI reaches over US$920 million
Jun 15, 2017
Foreign direct investment (FDI) reached US$920 million in April and May, according to Directorate of Investment and Company Administration (DICA).... 100

Condo Sale Aims to Lure Myanmar Buyers to Bangkok
Jun 14, 2017
Real estate market­ing company KAE International has launched a promotion for a condominium project in Bangkok which caters sole­ly to Myanmar buyers. As part of the promo­tion which began on Ju... 247

Central Bank to Issue New Banknotes ‘This Year’ in Effort to Weed Out Fakes
Jun 14, 2017
The Central Bank of Myanmar is plan­ning to issue more secure K10,000 and K5,000 banknotes this year, to counter the spread of fake bank notes. The soon to be issued banknotes will feature new wat... 136

Yangon Institute of Economics to Conduct Studies on Business in Post-Conflict Areas
Jun 14, 2017
The Yangon Insti¬tute of Economics (YIE) will begin re¬searching business in the nation’s post-conflict ar¬eas in an effort to better understand the impact of war on remote communi¬ties and to p... 120

Morning Star Café demolished three years after being ordered to close
Jun 12, 2017
Scores of workers hired by local authorities this morning raided and demolished Morning Star Café, which was located within the Yangon Zoological Garden compound. Authorities said the demolition come... 308

iMyanmarHouse Founder to Launch Tech Venture Capital Fund
Jun 12, 2017
Nay Min Thu, the founder of prop­erty web portal, will launch a venture capital (VC) fund for local tech startups, with the fist round of funding to begin next year. The fund, My... 185

Snitches Get Riches: Gov’t Offers Awards for People Who Inform on ‘Contraband’ Sellers
Jun 12, 2017
Yangon authorities will increase re­wards for people who inform on shopping malls and other retailers selling “contraband”, first vice president U Myint Swe has said. “Contraband trade is ta... 257

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