The Myanmar Times
Friday, 19 December 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Japanese bank teams up with Apex

Japan's Resona Bank has signed an agreement with Myanma Apex Bank providing for closer financial cooperation, as Japanese firms look to extend their investments in Myanmar.

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Stock exchange location selected

The former headquarters of the Myawaddy Bank will be the Yangon Stock Exchange's new home, according to deputy finance minister U Maung Maung Thein.

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FMI plans to list on Yangon exchange

First Myanmar Investments intends to be one of the first to list on the Yangon Stock Exchange shortly after it opens in 2015, according to its chair Serge Pun.

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‘Stay tuned’ for mobile banking services from Yoma and Telenor, say CEOs

Service awaits regulatory clarity on rules governing non-bank-led mobile banking before it can launch, companies tell The Myanmar Times.

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Contract signed to improve Mandalay International Airport

Mandalay International Airport will receive an upgrade after two Japanese firms and a Myanmar-focused company signed a 30-year concession agreement to operate and rehabilitate the airport.

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Li Keqiang, Thein Sein ink large agreements

China has signed agreements worth a claimed US$7.8 billion with Myanmar during a visit by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang to the country on November 15.

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Another wait for mine bill

Approval of the Mining Amendment Bill has been delayed again as hluttaw members dispute whether or not some of its provisions are constitutional.

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British lend a hand on governance

The United Kingdom aims to assist with developing corporate governance standards, holding a workshop at Yangon business association UMFCCI’s headquarters from November 18 to 20.

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French firms find local business

French businesses are making their push into Myanmar, according to French ambassador Thierry Mathou.

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BMW takes to the local roads

German automaker BMW will officially begin Yangon sales through its flagship showroom on Pyay Road, after opening its doors on November 15.

 

 

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