It's a good time to be a skilled construction worker in Yangon – at least in terms of salary, according to developers and employees.
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Regional approval is holding up the signing of the agreements to govern onshore petroleum searches and production, according to government officials.
Fake or untaxed alcohol and tobacco products are flooding the market as the Ministry of Commerce and importers face an impasse over planned import reform.
Consumers have been told to look out for a “reborn” Myanma Posts and Telecommunications, following the July 17 marriage with Japan’s KDDI telco and Sumitomo Corporation.
Several prominent businesspeople have bought or sold stakes in Asia Green Development (AGD) Bank, as it prepares for listing on the planned Yangon Stock Exchange in 2015.
The list of foreign banks still pursuing licences was released by the Central Bank of Myanmar last week, and it was missing some notable names from the banking sector.
Business association ought to form positions and provide a platform for corporate voices, says International Labour Organisation official.
The British Chamber of Commerce Myanmar launched on July 16 about a month after receiving government approval, becoming the latest business group to formally open its doors in Myanmar.
Air Mandalay has placed an order with Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation for six MRJ90 aircraft, becoming the first Asian carrier outside to Japan to order the jet, which is being jointly developed with Toyota.
With many living beyond the reach of financial institutions, experts grapple with the challenges of promoting financial inclusion throughout the country.
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