Phandeeyar promotes Burma tech startups, Japan firm sells agricultural machinery in Thilawa, and Chinese Chamber of Commerce opens in Naypyidaw.
This week, we discuss and analyze official statements regarding the assassination of lawyer U Ko Ni, which have attracted public attention.
U Hla Shwe, a 1960s student activist, claims a state-run newspaper failed to explain the use of the term ‘kjat,’ slang for ‘chicken,’ to describe him.
Rangoon’s Thilawa Special Economic Zone management committee says they expect to complete Zone B in mid-2018.
A police court sentences border guard police colonels to one to three years in prison.
Research by the Ethnic Nationalities Affairs Center describes how natural resource revenue could be shared between Burma’s central and state govts.
‘Now that the new system is underway, we will suggest ways to make it more efficient for commuters,’ says USDP spokesperson Dr. Nanda Hla Myint.