Saturday, February 06, 2016
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Myanmar workers in Singapore the target for property show

Myanmar migrants working and living in Singapore will be the target of a property exhibition on October 24 and 25 in the Lion City.

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Looking for a green future for building design

Many different technologies are at play in the push for sustainable energy generation and use, though bringing the full suite to Myanmar will be a challenge.

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Heritage law promises more protection

Construction projects near old buildings and pagodas will be required to receive permission from the Department of Archaeology, National Museum and Library under a new law.

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Construction group calls for Condo Law changes

Weakesses in the new Condominium Law draft should be addressed before the law is passed, according to the Myanmar Construction Entrepreneurs Association (MCEA).

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Wyndham pushes on with Yangon hotel

Wyndham Hotel Group has signed a franchise agreement with Asia Myanmar Shining Star Company for its first hotel in Myanmar.

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Sales in Yangon’s East North New City are ‘dreary’ say realtors

Over-eager brokers who snapped up plots in what is to become Yangon’s East North New City may have bitten off more than they can chew, real estate industry sources say. The rush to buy land in the area started in 2013, but little has happened since to justify buyers’ hopes.

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Mandalay’s development hampered by red tape: survey

Mandalay's business prospects are bright, but the city has a long way to go before it lives up to its potential, a new economic survey says.

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Yangon Trade Centre tender to be re-opened

A tender will be called early next year to renovate the Yangon Trade Centre, which has been closed since a 2005 bomb attack, according to Ministry of Commerce officials.

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