Also this week, the regime revived a failed method for reining in gold prices and—with online propaganda channels getting harder to find—unveiled a homegrown ‘YouTube’.
The Qatari parent firm plans to sell its local unit, according to Reuters; the move follows the exit of Norway’s Telenor earlier this year.
The drinks giant has agreed to a 22.4-billion-yen buyout of its stake in Myanmar Brewery, a joint venture with a military-controlled conglomerate.
Takeshi Ebisawa and three Thais are accused of trying to sell drugs for the UWSA and acquire weapons for the group, as well as for the SSA, KNU and a Sri Lankan group.
The regime reportedly prefers that a local firm or consortium buy all or part of the Norwegian-owned telecom company, over a sale to Lebanon’s M1 as planned.