Industry experts say incident could hurt Myanmar’s chances in increasingly competitive rice market.
21 The News For 21 April 2019
When Ko Myint Thein Htun went into the family cotton weaving business by a twist of fate some 20 years ago, he had no idea he would spark a new cottage industry.
As local landowners watch Chinese surveyors on their lands, few details are known about the 4,700-acre Myitkyina Economic Development Zone and whether they will be compensated.
Burbrit Craft Beer achieved its latest milestone this year, distributing its gourmet brew in cans across the country.
YANGON — Myanmar has for the first time allowed foreign insurance companies to operate in the country's life insurance market. The Ministry of Planning and Finance announced on Friday
Success of country’s pop culture, along with direct flights and increased visa issuance contribute to growth
Some participants in Kyaukphyu meeting say Woodside’s presentation lacked detail
The bank said GDP growth would hit 6.6 percent thanks to rising foreign investment after dropping to 6.2 percent last year.
The Irrawaddy spoke with Eddie Rich of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative about the global project's goals and Myanmar's progress toward reaching them.
Families relocated to make way for the Thilawa SEZ struggle to make ends meet in their new homes.
At opening of Myawaddy-Mae Sot bridge, State Counselor hails close ties and vows to continue working to boost connectivity with Thailand
An investment fair held in Yangon over the weekend saw MoUs signed for four major projects—in power, agriculture, housing and hotels—for one of the country’s poorest states.
She vows a transparent decision that will be socially, environmentally sustainable, but does not offer a personal view or a timeline.
Leading women in Myanmar's tech sector urged young people to test their personal limits in order to succeed at an event marking International Women's Day.
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