The Myanmar Times
Saturday, 30 August 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Thai firm PTT begins natural gas exports from Zawtika site

Natural gas is now being exported from the Zawtika offshore site to Thailand, company officials said on August 5.

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Farmers stick with old methods due to costs

Farmers are shunning more modern methods of planting rice as too expensive even though they admit the measures increase yields.

 

 

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Growth for digital cash

Central Bank officials are urging more commercial banks to take up electronic banking.

 

 

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US group touts roles in support of multinationals

Local companies ought to eye opportunities to supply large American multinationals with the goods and services they need to invest in the region, according to US-ASEAN Business Council president Alexander Feldman.

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Between miracle and myth

Following his “flipping the switch” on politics, Myanmar’s reformist President Thein Sein has embraced donors on an agenda of establishing good governance and economic liberalisation.

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‘No need to worry’ about customs window

A single-window system is coming to Myanmar’s customs procedures by next year, according to Daw Soe Soe Lwin, assistant director of the Customs Department.

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Air Bagan settles crash as U Tay Za mulls its future

Air Bagan has settled with two American citizens injured in the 2012 crash at Heho airport, in what the Americans’ legal counsel claims may be the largest settlement ever in Myanmar.

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Economic needs on ASEAN agenda

Myanmar's future economic needs will be discussed at the meeting of ASEAN economics ministers later this month, said U Tint Swai, chief executive officer of the ASEAN Business Council.

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Zawtika gas exports to Thailand start flowing

Natural gas is now being exported from the Zawtika offshore site to Thailand, company officials said on August 5.

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Landowners join rural exodus

Big cities entice small and medium-scale farm owners to sell their land and follow labourers in pursuit of higher incomes.

 

 

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