- Thriving Myanmar-Thai border trade faces warehouse shortage
- Thilawa Economic Zone’s 70,000 acres to be farmed
- Myanmar’s Oversea Employment Agencies Federation opens office in Thailand
- Commerce ministry to use its lands for necessity
- Nepalese Airlines to launch nonstop flight service to Yangon
- Buses remain least among 90,000 vehicles registered
- Korean firm to conduct feasibility study on water supplying projects in Yangon
- Credit Information Bureau to be formed
- ASEAN Economic Community Workshop held in Myanmar
- Vietnam-Myanmar economic seminar in Yangon
Myanmar Investment Commission (MIC) has granted licenses to 33 companies within the first four months the year, whose total investment amounts to US$815 million, report says.
Last Updated on Sunday, 19 May 2013 01:18
Myanmar’s gold price has dropped by about 10,000K to 703,500K (US$756) per tical (0.58 ounce) within just a few days, according to the market reports.
Last Updated on Sunday, 19 May 2013 00:32
Although Myanmar is regularly exporting hardwoods to EU countries, Myanmar can't show the guarantee until 2015 that the hardwoods are legally produced, according to Myanmar timbers businessmen.
Last Updated on Friday, 17 May 2013 23:29
Myanmar’s exchange rate of US dollar has reached its highest of the year at yesterday’s selling price 937 kyats for a dollar, but the surge is temporary and will soon stabilize, according to the Central Bank of Myanmar.
Last Updated on Friday, 17 May 2013 23:46
Myanmar consumers have been importing more than 200 metric tons of cement from Thailand through Myawady Border Trade Zone daily, merchants said.
Last Updated on Friday, 17 May 2013 23:24