The repercussions of trade sanctions could devastate garment exports, which account for about 40 percent of Cambodia's GDP, and industries such as sugar.
The Myanmar military shut down the Myayeik Nyo high-rise project in Yangon after the developer breached the memorandum of understanding signed between the two sides.
Two of the three, whose land has been earmarked without compensation for a cement factory, are sick.
The Rakhine issue has not affected foreign investors’ interest in Myanmar, despite a drop in FDI this fiscal year, said the secretary of the Myanmar Investment Commission.
Jack Ma, the charismatic co-founder of China's largest e-commerce firm Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, will step down as chairman in exactly one year.
A survey conducted by UMFCCI shows stifling costs, currency depreciation and red tape is making conducting business here ever more challenging.
The meeting was organized following complaints by members of Myanmar’s business community about chronic losses during the current economic slowdown.
The bill, now working its way through Parliament, would reserve the country's casinos for foreigners only.
The global watchdog for the palm oil industry must strengthen its standards on ending deforestation or risk becoming irrelevant, say growers, investors and green experts.
Manufacturers have felt the squeeze as China shifts its priorities from lower-end manufacturing to high technology industries as part of a broader bid to upgrade its economy.
Private banks and exchange counters no longer have to trade within the official band in a move meant to help prevent price manipulation and settle recent fluctuations.
The 17 points specify standards for instructors, course quality and the school environment.
Some experts and diplomats believe the strong commercial presence could further complicate any regional solution should Beijing protect its companies politically and militarily.
Improvements to the livestock export industry could raise tax revenues and create employment opportunities, said U Kyaw Htin.
Valued at $512 million in 2013, the legendary musical instrument brand may be bought by Chinese state-owned conglomerate China Poly Group.