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Burma’s government plans to spend US$486 million on tourism-related projects between now and 2020.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 |
Jailed former Military Intelligence officers will not benefit from political prisoner amnesties in Burma.
Thailand’s demand for Burmese migrant workers has risen significantly, the Federation of Overseas Employment Agencies says.
Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr says his government will assist the Rohingya but not offer them asylum.
India has asked Burma to do more to suppress northeast Indian insurgents operating on Burmese territory.
A Letpadaung mine contract renegotiation could give Burma’s government 51 percent of profits.
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Karenni State authorities are asking 47 remote villages to pay US $10,000 each in order to get a connection to the national electronic grid.
US company Ball Corporation announced plans to build a beverage can manufacturing plant in Rangoon.
Participants in a USDP-organized, pro-Constitution rally in the Irrawaddy Delta said they were tricked into joining the event.
Burma’s beer production rose to 27.5 million gallons last year, up from 26 million gallons the year before.
Kanbawza FC, the football team connected with Kanbawza Bank, is set to move from its base in Taunggyi to Rangoon.
Next month, Arakan State police will start arresting anyone found on the street in Sittwe during the 9 pm-5 am curfew.
Arakanese Leaders participating in aid coordination body are opposing plans to build an emergency hospital for displaced Rohingyas.
President’s Office Minister Aung Min says he is primarily responsible for a trust deficit between the government and Kachin rebels.
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