Tuesday, July 03, 2012
YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — Myanmar called upon local and foreign investors
Monday to fund construction of a second airport to serve the country's largest city,
Yangon, as it prepares for an influx of tourists in the wake of political reforms.
Burma’s speaker of the Lower House of Parliament, Shwe Mann,
met on Sunday in Rangoon with representatives of the 88
Generation Students group, including former political prisoner
Min Ko Naing, in a first show of recognition by the new
government for the dissident organization.
Monday, 02 July 2012 16:24 Mizzima News
A top Asian Development Bank (ADB) official said resumption of development
loans and other aid to Burma could resume in about one year, if further
progress is made in talks.