Dutch aerospace firm has been hit with a US$21 million penalty by US government for violating trade sanctions.
Three Kachin IDPs serving jail terms for unlawful association have been found guilty of further crimes.
BUSINESS in BURMA THIS WEEK: Ooredoo defends against boycott; Rangoon to get more freight ports, jetties; ADB supports renewable energy in Burma; US govt fines Fokker for breaking sanctions rules.
A group of residents living in Rangoon’s Thilawa have travelled to Tokyo to lodge a formal complaint to Japan International Corporation Agency.
Burma needs more modernized rice milling units to up exports of high-quality broken rice, industry association says.
The KNU urged President Thein Sein to run in the 2015 election, and met the parliament speaker for the first time.