Japanese auto giant
Mitsubishi has announced that it has signed an agreement to open an after-sales
service in Myanmar.
“Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC), Mitsubishi Corporation (MC), Yoma
Strategic Holdings Ltd. (YSH) and First Myanmar Investment Company Ltd (FMI)
wish to jointly announce that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding
(MOU) concerning the after-sales service business for Mitsubishi Motors in the
Republic of the Union of Myanmar (Myanmar),” the firm said in a statement
published in the Japanese media on Monday.
RANGOON — A
global video gaming company that funded a high-profile hunt for dozens of World
War II-era British fighters in Burma has some bad news for aviation
enthusiasts: It says none of the legendary planes are buried in the Southeast