Burma’s new stock exchange plans its first listing on 25 March, the deputy finance minister said on Sunday, more than three months after it launched.
Burma opened the Yangon Stock Exchange (YSX) today, with the first six listed companies announced.
In business this week: YSX to open in October; MPs plan to borrow from CBM for agricultural loans; green energy in Burma; local banks fear foreign rivals.
In business this week: Thai-Burma cooperation on Dawei, and an extension for YSX license applications.
In business this week: plans in place to allow foreigner to buy stocks; Burma considers sales of debt; deprived Chin State targets tourists