The bombing at Traders Hotel that injured one American national has already tarnished the Yangon staple’s business, a hotel director said.
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An internationally backed export support program will be implemented next month to help reduce the country’s trade deficit, the Ministry of Commerce says.
Myanmar companies might not be ready for the scheduled launch of the country’s stock exchange in 2015, officials and experts are warning.
Plans to build a new hotel in Hpa-an in a historic park with links to Bogyoke Aung San are at risk following an outbreak of public opposition.
It's hard to see where it has gone all gone wrong: 7000 acres of prime aquaculture farmland only 30 miles or (48 kilometres), from the country’s biggest city and market, Yangon, but nearly half of the zone’s farmers are giving up.
Energy demand in Myanmar is expected to double by 2035 as economic progress continues, according to a report issued last week by the Asian Development Bank.
Rubber exports are set to soar, and could even double within three years, say some industry experts.
Myanmar is seeing through its plan for wider economic development through the liberalisation of its telecommunications sector, say legal experts.
Online retailing is beginning to take hold of young consumers in Myanmar thanks to a growing awareness of social networking websites as well as a growing taste for the finer things.
The World Bank has revised its projections for Myanmar's GDP growth up to 6.8 percent, following good performance in gas production, services and construction.
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