The Irrawaddy’s graphics illustrate the findings of DICA’s latest business survey
“The procedures aim to make sure local small and medium enterprises are not affected by foreign wholesalers and retailers,” said U Yan Naing Tun.
Villagers say police blocked them from reaching the regional capital to protest the construction of a cement factory and were later informed that five of them were being sued.
Peace Commission’s ambitious ‘Business for Peace’ initiative calls for armed ethnic groups to establish public companies
About 300 residents of Moulmein protested on Sunday against a trio of coal-fired antimony factories accused of fouling the air and contaminating grazing grounds.
The regulations are meant to help firms navigate the Myanmar Companies Law with instructions on online registration, corporate constitutions, capital structures and more.
U Set Aung said Myanmar's new deal with the SEZ's Chinese developer would include safeguards against a debt trap and that efforts to reform the overall economy were on track.
Sagaing's finance minister said the prior regional government has handed over some $1.2 million worth of kyats, land and concrete pump trucks.
U Set Aung said Myanmar will endeavor to take on no loans from China to see the project completed, amid ongoing talks to renegotiate its deal with the developer.
China is saddling poor nations with unsustainable debt through large-scale infrastructure projects that are not economically viable, said Ray Washburne.
U Set Aung's appointment comes amid the government's efforts to renegotiate its agreement with the project's Chinese developer to give Myanmar a larger stake.
The government says the zones, slated for Kachin and Shan states, will not only create local jobs but help bring peace to the restive regions.
The risk of slavery will spiral as workers who lose their jobs to robots will be more vulnerable to workplace abuses as they jostle for fewer jobs at lower wages, analysts say.
Most US businesses in China oppose the use of tariffs in retaliation for the challenges they face, from an uneven playing field to poor protection of intellectual property rights.
Can the Swiss Challenge model guarantee project transparency?