Now that the vote has lived up to its seismic billing, DVB sat down with Professor Maw Than, a former director of the Central Bank of Myanmar to discuss how…
Burmese authorities intend to rewrite the outdated 1997 National Food Law.
Burmese official defends a recent government decision to reintroduce the old censorship system for direct-to-video films.
The price of imported vehicles has rapidly declined as a result of the Burmese government’s “car slip” scheme, causing concern among dealers who are incurring major losses on import duties.
Twelve companies from seven countries have submitted proposals for the development of a Special Economic Zone in Kyaukphyu, western Burma, according to the SEZ selection committee.
Out of the 25 foreign banks that applied to operate in Burma, the government will only allow about five to ten companies, which will be selected in September.