Friday, February 12, 2016
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

YCDC’s list of buildings without permits drops in August

Yangon City Development Committee has counted 2223 buildings without proper permits by the end of August.

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Sakura Residence 2 officially launched

The backers of some of Yangon’s best-known addresses, Sakura Tower and Sakura Residence, as well as the Bagan Thiripyitsaya Sanctuary Resort, have now opened another project.

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Second attempt planned for local car assembly

Developing a domestic car assembly and manufacturing industry may be a difficult task, but proponents claim it will help boost new car ownership levels in the country.

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New hand dealt for island casino

On the smoky second floor of the Grand Andaman resort, hundreds of people crowd around 44 gaming tables.

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First section launches at Thilawa special economic zone

The first phase of Thilawa special economic zone launched yesterday, while officials say they are keen to open further parts of the project.

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Race narrows for Southwest New City

Three separate companies are still in the running to develop the mammoth Southwest Yangon New City project.

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Arcc launches Yangon serviced offices

Serviced office firm Arcc opened its first Yangon workspace last week, joining a growing list of companies providing office space with non-traditional terms.

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Yangon Heritage Trust marks history of Lokanat building

Yangon Heritage Trust has given its eighth blue plaque marking Yangon’s heritage to a 109-year-old colonial building at the corner of Pansodan and Merchants streets on September 18.

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