Thailand, Japan and Burma effectively launched the US$50 billion industrial zone that will have a deep impact on trade and investment in Southeast Asia.
Delegation led by President’s Office Minister Aung Min visit Tokyo.
Southeast Asian heads of state join other world leaders in Naypyidaw for the 25th ASEAN Summit. But will the South China Sea islands dispute derail talks again?
Akie Abe, the wife of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, gave a speech at the “Myanmar Festival 2014” in Tokyo on 18 October urging Japan’s business leaders to think of…
Japan’s extensive development portfolio in Burma has reached the tourist capital of Bagan, with a 10 April agreement to help develop tourism infrastructure over the next three years.
Coinciding with Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida’s visit to Burma this week, Japan has announced 1.6 billion yen (US$16m) in support for UN programmes in Burma.