Outdated policies, uncompetitive premiums and restrictive procedures are hindering efforts by newly established insurance firms to find their feet in Myanmar.
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First Myanmar Investment opened an additional public offering of new ordinary shares on January 9, after "overwhelming demand" at its IPO.
A Russian mining group prospecting in the upper Sagaing Region says its business interests are being hindered by thousands of illegal miners.
Strengthened laws and regulations and continued government reform made Myanmar the world’s most improved country for doing business in, says new report.
The “International Food and Machinery Expo 2014” fell short in terms of its foreign offerings, visitors and hospitality industry figures said.
In sectors where government policy prohibits 100-percent foreign-owned companies, a joint venture may be the only way for outside businesses to invest in Myanmar.
Knowledge is power and Myanmar’s women deserve to have more of both, says CNN anchorwoman Pauline Chiou.
A draft of the new Myanmar Companies Act, which would ease old bureaucratic processes currently slowing business, is on track to be submitted to parliament in May, experts said.
A new cookbook examines the journey of Myanmar cuisine, from colonial times to present day.
Former US Ambassador to the ADB Curtis S. Chin on the role business partnerships can play in development and the fight against poverty in Myanmar and the Hindu Kush-Himalayas.
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