Bullet Points

On today’s edition of Bullet Points:

800 factory workers marched on the South Korean Embassy in Rangoon over unpaid wages.

The new United Nations Special Rapporteur on human rights, Yang Hee Lee arrived in Burma and heads to Arakan State.

Several banks in Burma are having trouble with their electronic services due to poor network connections.

Britain opens a chamber of commerce in Rangoon and will assist UK businesses in Burma.

North Korean Embassy in Rangoon has invited members of Burma’s Interim Press Council to tour the hermit kingdom.

 

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