The Myanmar Times
Wednesday, 05 August 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Thyssen- Krupp opens branch

German multinational conglomerate ThyssenKrupp opened its Yangon branch office on May 26, initially targeting the elevator market, according to company officials.

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Condo developers go small-town

As the market for condominium developments in Yangon becomes increasingly crowded, developers are looking at other locations across the country for opportunities to build new projects.

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Developers hope Condo Law brings life back to market

Developers are pinning their hopes on completed Condominium Law this year to jumpstart the quiet property market.

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HAGL begins presales of residential towers

HAGL Myanmar has begun presales for its 32-storey residential buildings, as it nears finishing its first phase of office space and a hotel.

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MIC talks projects with senior monks

Government officials met with Shwedagon Pagoda’s Senior Sayardaw Committee last week to discuss several nearby construction projects, a member of Shwedagon Pagoda’s trustee committee U Win Kyai told The Myanmar Times.

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Hluttaw urges tax retake

The Pyidaungsu Hluttaw has decided to discuss suspending the newly imposed 5 percent commercial tax on mobile phone top-ups.

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Ford opens showroom in the second city

Ford vehicles are now on sale in Mandalay, as the automaker has opened a showroom and service centre in the country’s second-largest city, according to a press statement yesterday.

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GreenHub serviced residences to open

Singaporean real estate management group LHN Limited has signed a master lease with a local developer to open serviced residences in Yangon under its GreenHub brand.

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