A delegation from Hong Kong has visited Yangon last week to promote their territory’s business arbitration service, which helps to resolve disputes over contested commercial and industrial contracts.
President U Thein Sein has proposed an amendment to a draft education law that would delay the full introduction of reforms for a further eight years, as criticism mounts that the law would be a step backward for education reform.
Beauty queen leaves South Korea without telling pageant organisers, who allege that she has failed to return her US$100,000 tiara.
Open government: That is the goal of a discussion to be held in October by the Ministry of Information involving parliament, the executive, the judiciary and the media.
Police have warned owners of airsoft guns - replica firearms used to play a combat simulation game known as airsoft - to hand in their weapons to police or face potential criminal charges.
In an effort to resurrect a stalled US$100 million trade deal, the Ministry of Cooperatives has launched a series of agricultural exhibitions featuring machinery from South Korean firm Daedong that the ministry is seeking parliamentary approval to purchase.