As China and Japan vie for influence in the Mekong subregion, Myanmar will need to be stable, peaceful and well managed if it is to extract the maximum benefit, a Japanese expert s
Project is first of three border development projects in Shan, Kachin states agreed upon by Myanmar and China
Myanmar’s president appointed the country’s national security adviser U Thaung Tun as the head of a newly formed ministry that aims to boost local and international investment.
Two years after Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced a divorce with old ally the US in return for bumper business ties with China, he doesn't have much to show for it.
Despite slowing interest and international boycotts, foreign investment as a whole is actually on the rise under the NLD, according to U Set Aung.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi cited improvements to investment policies, economic reforms and plans to improve the ease of doing business as reasons for ASEAN investors to look to Myanmar.
Joint Myanmar-Chinese consortium will have concession rights to operate deep seaport in Rakhine as part of the project.
Senior Communist Party of China official Song Tao says Beijing backs continued political role for Tatmadaw.
Improved road expected to speed construction of mega-seaport project, as well as boost development in Tanintharyi Region.
Agreement reached under New Delhi’s ‘Act East’ policy to boost infrastructure ties between eastern India and Rakhine, Chin states
Myanmar is keen to see a rise in responsible and quality investments from Hong Kong as part of their plan to raise $200 billion in foreign investments over the next 20 years.
Tokyo looking to provide counterweight to Chinese influence in Mekong region
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi wraps up Mekong Summit with praise for Japan’s ‘understanding’ on Rohingya crisis
Myanmar, Beijing finalizing locations in Shan and Kachin to support China’s Belt and Road Initiative
The Public Accounts Committee of the Yangon Region Parliament has criticized regional government departments for large budget miscalculations.