Mandalay’s great clean-up has begun. More than 90 factories around the city that produce liquid waste have been told the government is ready to take action against them unless they clean up their act.
Farmers who owe debts to the Myanmar Agricultural Development Bank or specialist rice companies will be ineligible for long-term loans the government plans to make available, the Minister for Agriculture and Irrigation said last month.
Myanmar is seeking to open a domestic exchange for its minerals, chiefly gold, the chairman of the country’s only gold specific public company said recently.
Don’t quit. That’s the message from senior members of Myanmar Gems Enterprise (MGE) to their chairman, U Tay Za, who has reportedly been trying to resign since he was involved in a helicopter crash two years ago.
Central Bank of Myanmar deputy director general U Thein Zaw (on behalf of Governor U Than Nyein) spoke with The Myanmar Times following the submission of a draft Central Bank Law to the Pyithu Hluttaw by the Minister for Finance and Revenue on January 30.