- Japanese Prime Minister attends Myanmar-Japan Economic Forum
- ACE Group to open representative office in Yangon
- EU not allows Chinese grasshoppers exploiting GSP for Myanmar
- Service centre for BMW cars to be opened in Yangon
- Sumitomo, NEC, NTT to build telecom network in Myanmar
- Italian-Thai’s hydropower project in lower Myanmar allegedly stops
- Swiss Upper House Speaker paves the way for Swiss investments in Myanmar
- Myanmar spends US$300m annually for palm oil imports
- First Central Cooperatives Business Center to be opened in June
- Wood, finished-wood products export gets exemption from custom check
Myanmar’s low-cost SIM card price has reached 500,000 kyats [about $555] apiece in Mandalay’s resale market as the card’s numbers are assumed “beautiful”, although it’s officially priced at 1500 kyats [about $2] apiece to sell, according to sources.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 May 2013 22:59
Low-cost GSM SIM cards will be available after the 1,500 K CDMA SIM Cards are being sold, according to the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 May 2013 22:33
International oil and gas companies have called for transparent in the governance of Myanmar’s energy sector as they desire to make investments in the resource-rich country, a local businessman who has insight of the industry said.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 May 2013 22:01
Korean firm Inno Company and the military-owned Union of Myanmar Economic Holding Ltd (UMEHL) have formed a joint venture to run a garment factory in Mingalardon township, Yangon, according to the Ministry of National Planning and Economic Development.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 May 2013 22:22
The storm news has pushed commodity prices up as residents are buying up basic commodities such as rice and edible oil in Yangon, the former capital of Myanmar, according to the residents.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 May 2013 21:54