Kyaw Sit Naing describes the difficulties of entrepreneurship in Myanmar.
Burma’s recently enacted investment law brings new opportunities for activists and lawyers to tackle human rights abuses, writes Daniel Aguirre.
Residents of two villages in Ye Township fear the project aimed at assisting oil fields in the Mottama Gulf will be a precursor to a power plant.
Stephen Weedon discusses the state of Myanmar’s insurance industry.
Eight companies await a decision on projects proposed—or already partially constructed—in a garden on a peninsula on the eastern side of Inya Lake.
Fishermen of Maday Island in Arakan State are rallying against a Chinese-owned seaport, as authorities ban them from fishing near the project.
Sweden is and will continue to be a strong voice that stands up for, defends and promotes human rights, democracy and rule of law – in Myanmar and elsewhere.
Investors back Rangoon food delivery firm; Telenor enters Burma’s digital advertising industry; Burma and China agree to an economic cooperation zone.
The IFC considers supporting a cement factory project with ties to Aik Htun, who is connected to previously blacklisted Asia Wealth Bank.
China and Burma sign agreements regarding cooperation in economic development, health, and preservation of historic monuments in Bagan.
Data visualization designer and senior advisor at Yangon innovation lab Yan Naung Oak explains the current and future uses of open data in Myanmar.
Buses organized by Yangon Region Transport Authority will be rolled out to ease traffic congestion.
Yangon Heritage Trust records thousands of heritage buildings in the downtown area, bolstering hopes for the sites’ protection against development.
Ma Hla Hla Win, a former educator and cofounder of non-profit education technology social enterprise 360°ed, talks to The Irrawaddy.
Chinese president Xi Jinping champions globalization and says Silk Road will boost global development.