Kanbawza Bank leads list of revenue contributors for 7th straight year
Country’s first credit-rating firm signs software deal with Equifax
A wanted man since refusing to return a gold-mining license earlier this year, police are now investigating complaints against U Soe Tun Shein for failing to repay a $644,000 loan.
Union Parliament lawmakers said that rather than focusing on a waterway and urban heritage, the government should prioritize more pressing urban issues.
International banks’ local branches will now be allowed to provide loans and other services to Myanmar companies.
Kyat strengthening against gold, dollar following arrests, authorities say
The Bureau of Special Investigation under the Home Affairs Ministry interrogates currency and gold dealers in Yangon who are believed to be involved in manipulating dollar prices.
The loan would help bring electricity to over 340,000 rural households and meet the country’s rapidly-increasing electrical demands.
Sean Turnell says global problems, Rakhine crisis hindering reform, but points to progress on GDP, inflation, banking sector
Check out these Infographics to see where the country’s more than $9.1 billion in borrowing comes from — and where the money goes.
Regional minister vows greater transparency in accounting at Yangon’s major temples
SMIDB to lend 500,000 kyats per acre to 15 vegetable growers in trial government program