Vietnamese Government to support investment in Myanmar

The Vietnamese Government will help businesses invest in Myanmar, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said while receiving Myanmar Minister of Industry U Maung Myint in Ha Noi yesterday.

Myanmar tipped as new haven for Thai investment

Half of large Asian companies see Myanmar as an opportunity to expand their business, according to research by Singapore’s United Overseas Bank (UOB)

Thai Businesses Urged To Expand Investment Into Myanmar

Thai business operators have been urged to expand their investment projects into neighbouring Myanmar, timely for the establishment of the Asean Economic Community (AEC) by 2015, Thai News Agency (TNA) reported.

Myanmar to attract more foreign investment to boost tourism

Myanmar is showing increasing signs of interest in the tourism sector, and could be a serious competitor for Thailand in the next decade. Myanmar has lured some 1.92 million U.S. dollars in foreign investment to boost its hotel and tourism sector during the current 2013-14 fiscal year, according to official figures.

Photography Exhibition : Myanmar Migrant Workers in Thailand

Driven by poverty, continuous ethnic battles, oppression, human rights abuse and many more intolerable reasons, millions of Myanmar people have moved often illegally to their neighboring country – Thailand – in search of work and better life.

Burma Oil Terminal Faces Fallout From Yunnan Protests

The Chinese oil port at Kyaukphyu on the coast of Burma’s Arakan State, and the cross-country pipeline to pump oil into China’s landlocked Yunnan Province, face a major problem which could delay or slow down their operations.

World Bank launches Investment Climate Assessment in Myanmar

The World Bank Group has launched an enterprise survey in Myanmar to assess the business environment and barriers facing firms doing business in Myanmar.

Capital-Hungry Burma Firms Cautiously Drawn to Singapore Listings

Singapore’s nascent role as a magnet for Burma companies eager to grow as their country emerges from decades of isolation but frustrated by its crippled banking system and barely existing financial markets.