Myanmar, Thailand ink agreements on airlines, shrimp breeding

Myanmar and Thailand yesterday signed several agreements which further cemented ties between the two countries. These included a bilateral airline agreement, inked at the Myanmar Foreign Minister’s office, as well as a second agreement to improve an existing shrimp breeding zone with the aim of facilitating development in Rakhine State. The agreements were signed after..

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Electricity sector could lose K630billion in 2018-19

Workers maintain power generators in preparation for more power outages in Yangon. Zarni Phyo/The Myanmar Times The electricity supply sector is forecast to lose about K630billion in the coming 2018-19 fiscal year, said Dr Tun Naing, deputy minister for Electricity and Energy, told Pyidaungsu Hluttaw yesterday. “Power generation and distribution is expected to lose about..

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Govt will enforce rule to provide instructions for products

Businesses supplying medicines and other goods must soon include usage instructions with their ware. Aung Htay Hlaing/The Myanmar Times The Consumer Protection Central Committee of Myanmar has said all businesses must have a product usage guide describing how products such as medicines should be consumed and goods like electronics used. The announcement will be followed..

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