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

Furniture showcased in Malaysia

Over the past five years the furniture market in Asia has outpaced European countries as the property market in Asia continues to boom.


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Taw Win Foundation rebuilds school

The Taw Win Foundation donated K1.35 billion (about US$1.6 million) for the reconstruction of No 4 Basic Education High School in Yangon’s Sanchuang township.

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Heritage trust aims to make Yangon Asia’s ‘most livable’ city

Yangon Heritage Trust founder Dr Thant Myint-U discusses President U Thein Sein's response to the organisation's preservation plans.



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Converted containers make a solid home

Myanmar Home Design Company will introduce mobile houses to the local market made from modified shipping containers.



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Yangon's condominiums in hot demand

Last year saw unprecedented rental demand for condominiums in Yangon and real estate agents say they are expecting an even better result in 2013.


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Shangri-La targets Q3 for Yangon serviced apartments

Shangri-la Residences Yangon, a twin tower project beside Kandawgyi Lake, is on target to be ready by the third quarter of this year.



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Accor lines up Max Myanmar hotel deal

French hotel chain Accor is negotiating to partner with Max Myanmar to open a Novotel Hotel in Yangon.



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Pabedan dispute centres on ‘dangerous’ site

Residents evicted from a “dangerous building” in Pabedan township say they will sue the Department of Human Settlements and Housing Development (DHSHD) over delays in re-housing them.


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