New Laws for Investors, but Lawlessness for Burmese in the WayBorderline News/태-미얀마신문 2012. 6. 23. 20:43
Map showing the route to be followed by the China-Burma oil and gas pipelines. (Photo: Shwe Gas Movement) Burma’s government ministries are planning a series of international trade shows in Rangoon to promote investment despite the continued absence of any international-standard laws to protect civil rights. The shows include the second promotion of onshore oil and gas exploration franchises wit..
Car Prices Tumble, but Still Steep by Neighbors’ StandardsBorderline News/태-미얀마신문 2012. 6. 23. 20:41
Car Prices Tumble, but Still Steep by Neighbors’ Standards By ZAW WIN / THE IRRAWADDY| May 25, 2012 | 3 Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on emailShare on print Cars in the Thai border town of Mae Sot for export to Burma (Photo: The Irrawaddy) Car prices in Burma have tumbled since the Ministry of Commerce announced earlier this month that all citizens would be allowed to import vehicles ma..
Burma Business Roundup (Saturday, June 23)Borderline News/태-미얀마신문 2012. 6. 23. 20:39
Tax and Ownership Incentives Seek to Lure Wary Foreign Investors Foreign investors are to be lured with a five-year tax holiday and be permitted 100 percent ownership of firms registered in Burma. Foreign businesses will also be allowed for the first time to lease privately owned land. The incentives are part of the government’s next phase of reforms to help open up the country for development. ..
Coca-Cola makes official return to MyanmarBorderline News/태-미얀마신문 2012. 6. 23. 20:36
Coca-Cola makes official return to Myanmar Share14 Volume 32, No. 631 June 18 - 24, 2012 An employee at a minimart in Yangon displays a can of Coca Cola. The company said it would make an official return to Myanmar last week after more than 60 years. Pic: Stuart Deed WASHINGTON – Coca-Cola announced last week that it would return to Myanmar after a gap of more than six decades. The Coca-Cola Co ..
Foreign currencies continue risingBorderline News/태-미얀마신문 2012. 6. 23. 20:35
Foreign currencies continue rising: sources Share5 By Aye Thidar Kyaw and Aung Kyi Volume 32, No. 631 June 18 - 24, 2012 A Kanbawza Bank manager displays a brand new K10,000 note on June 15. Pic: Yadanar EXCHANGE rates for dollars and Foreign Exchange Certificates are surging upward following last week’s announcement that a K10,000 note would be released on June 15, sources said last week. Howev..