The Myanmar Times
Friday, 25 April 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Nay Pyi Taw property sees resurgence

Nay Pyi Taw’s flailing property market is showing signs of rebirth as cautious interest from residential buyers and industrial investors gathers momentum, industry players said.

 

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Building codes to be implemented this year: Codes bring Myanmar in line with ASEAN standards

The nationwide building codes – which have been drafted last year – are likely to be issued before the end 2014, an official from Myanmar Engineering Society (MES) said last week.

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Movin’ with class

This large, detached, newly renovated two storey landed house in its own compound is in Thalawaddy Street, 7 Mile, Mayangone township. It is convenient both for Ocean Shopping Center.

 

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Canning firm defies govt order to leave factory

Long-standing dispute between government ministry and Myanmar Makro continues as two sides argue over lease agreement, outdated evictions law

 

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Privatisation law essential, say economists

Selling of public property and other assets has been plagued by unfair practices for years and experts believe that it is time for that to change

 

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Bids for Yangon low-cost apartments reach 14,000

The number of applicants of two large-scale, low-cost housing projects in North Dagon township reached more than 14,000 last week as the government prepares to announce the winners of nearly 1250 units, officials said.

 

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First Thilawa SEZ factory construction to start in May

Construction on the first factories to be built in the multi-billion dollar Thilawa Special Economic Zone (SEZ) are slated to begin in May.

 

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Myanmar sees more real estate advertising online as internet users grow

As Myanmar's networks improve and demand for housing booms, online advertising is increasingly becoming the way to advertise property.

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