The electricity and energy ministry will establish four liquefied natural gas power plants within the next three years.
Project calls for rail hub and high-rise commercial, residential complex.
DICA reports 5 billion in foreign investments from April to the first week of February, with no sign of investors pulling their businesses from the country.
Myanmar-Vietnam military joint venture to launch services in first quarter.
Action for Shan State Rivers said meeting was meant to finalize a strategic environmental assessment for hydropower development projects on the Salween River.
China’s landmark “Belt and Road” scheme could work hand-in-hand with efforts to help Asian cities meet the needs of their exploding populations.
As Myanmar’s three key operators compete for bigger market shares, they pour money into the country’s telecom industry.
The low-cost units are the first offered in Yangon since the new government assumed office.
A steady trickle of Chinese money into casinos swells to a tide that promises to remodel a city touted as the first port of call on China’s ‘Belt and Road.’
Moegyo challenges the role of development/assistance in ethnic areas and provides recommendations for vetting.
Thai authorities arrest 16 protesting against the construction of a coal-fired power plant, drawing criticism of the military govt from activists.
A committee that has inspected 24 state-owned factories operating at a loss is set to submit a preliminary report urging privatization.
The country plans to relocate hotels in preparation of the ancient city’s final nomination dossier to become a Unesco World Heritage Site.
The package of low-interest loans will be used to fund projects including infrastructure and small company financing meant to help improve rural incomes.
The NLD-led govt has turned 1 of 24 state-owned factories operating at a loss profitable, says industry minister.