Monday, December 17, 2012

Myanmar 'sorry' for monk beatings

16 Dec 2012

YANGON: Myanmar's government formally apologised on Saturday to the country's 
Buddhist monks for its recent crackdown on protesters at a copper mine 
that injured more than 100 of their monastic colleagues.

Japanese auto companies keen for online auctions, dealerships

17 Dec 2012

More than three Japanese auto companies have discussed with the Myanmar 
Auto Industry and Trading Ltd to open an online auction centre, including 
a dealership and service centre in Myanmar.

No backtracking in reform process, says president

17 Dec 2012

President Thein Sein said that his government will try its best to continue 
with the country’s political reforms as well as improve the economic 
and social status of the country, and not make a U-turn.

Anglo American eyes investment in Myanmar mining sector

17 Dec 2012

Anglo American, one of the world’s largest mining companies, is in talks 
with Myanmar for possible investment in the mining sector, a source reported.

Govt’ economic reform fails to benefit low income level

17 Dec 2012

Despite Myanmar government has been making ranges of ‘reform processes’ 
during two years of its administration, the vast majority of people at the grass 
roots level are still in dire straits, the economic experts remarked.

Government to repair Sittwe’s reservoir pond with loans from Japan

15 Dec 2012
Sittwe: The Arakan State Government said it is planning to repair the main reservoir 
pond in Sittwe after taking a loan from Japan when it answered a lawmaker’s 
questions regarding with the pond in the parliamentary session held on 10th of December.

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