Mizzima marches forward
(Editorial) Mizzima’s first daily newspaper rolls off the presses.
Myanmar communications gets boost from Japan
Three Japanese firms sign deal to develop infrastructure with Myanmar Ministry of Communications.
GE to light up Myanmar
General Electric opens Yangon office and announces two new partnerships in Myanmar.
Economy to grow by 6.75%: IMF
Myanmar's economy grew 6.5 percent last year and is set for further acceleration.
Prisoners of Mae Sot
A little over a week ago, a young Myanmar friend of mine, let's call him Myo, found himself hiding in ...
Expat ‘gold rush’ hits Myanmar
Yangon in particular is a magnet for academics, NGOs, businessmen and opportunists.
Rakhine IDP camps still lack basic supplies
A refugee at a relief camp in Kyaukphyu lives on one tin of rice per day, say camp leaders.
US, Myanmar strengthen trade ties
In the week of Thein Sein's landmark Washington visit, US agencies sign trade agreements.
Acting US Trade Representative Demetrios Marantis shakes hands with Myanmar's Deputy Commerce Minister Dr. Pwint San to ...
Shan NGOs call for halt to pipeline
Groups say 3,000 villagers have been displaced in attacks related to China’s gas pipeline project.
State of emergency extended in Meiktila
Myanmar parliament approves 60-day extension in four riot-hit townships.
UN envoy to attend Kachin peace talks
Vijay Nambiar will be an observer at the May 28 talks between the KIO and Myanmar’s peace committee.
Aussies look to Thailand for help investing in Myanmar
Australian companies look for Thai partners to gain a solid foothold in Myanmar.
Thein Sein visit prompts US to end sanctions
A key US senator on Tuesday backed an end to US sanctions on Myanmar.