Myanmar morning news for April 19

Myanmar morning news for April 19

Myanmar state counselor calls for genuine peace, emergence of federal union Myanmar State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi has called for working strenuously for genuine peace and in building the democratic federal republic, according to the National Reconciliation and Peace Center (NRPC) Thursday. — Xinhua Code2LAB transforms food industry via digital solutions In response to […]

Vietnam morning news for April 19

Vietnam morning news for April 19

Vietnam exports first batch of mangoes to US The Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap has become the first locality in Vietnam to export mangoes to the US. — VNA NET Vietnam Rubber Group urged to aim for US$10 billion revenues Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue has asked the Vietnam Rubber Group (VRG) to […]

Malaysia morning news for April 19

Malaysia morning news for April 19

Digital dialogue focuses on growing Malaysia’s digital economy inclusively The first forum under the Digital Native Agenda 23 (DNA23) initiative championed by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim isn’t just about growing Malaysia’s digital economy, but also doing so in an inclusive manner. — The Star Online Putrajaya approves Penang’s 3 islands reclamation project Chief Minister Chow […]

Myanmar morning news for April 18

Myanmar morning news for April 18

Myanmar Air Force conducts night-time airstrikes in Rakhine State The Myanmar Air Force (MAF) has conducted an escalated campaign of airstrikes in western Rakhine State that, for the first time in the service’s history, has involved sustained combat operations at night. — Janes Highway accidents kill 4, injure 42 in Myanmar during water festival Four […]

Vietnam morning news for April 18

Vietnam morning news for April 18

No capital shortages for prioritised sectors: central bank The banking sector pledged to meet the capital demand for production and business, especially in five prioritised sectors, Deputy Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) Dao Minh Tu said at a conference connecting enterprises and banks in Hanoi on April 16. — VNA NET Vietnam […]

Malaysia morning news for April 18

Malaysia morning news for April 18

Retail industry to grow at faster pace of 4.5% The Malaysian retail industry is expected to grow by 4.5% this year compared with 3.9% last year, due to the better business sentiment with China. — The Star Online  Malaysia could see RM33 bil outflow if bonds downgraded, says Morgan Stanley Malaysia could see outflows of […]

Myanmar morning news for April 17

Myanmar morning news for April 17

China’s pipeline project brings 24-hour electricity supply to Myanmar It was completely dark outside at night when this Global Times reporter visited Kyaukpyu county, Myanmar eight years ago. — Global Times S. Korea issues travel ban for Myanmar-Bangladesh border South Korea’s foreign ministry said Tuesday that it has decided to issue its highest-level travel restriction […]

Vietnam morning news for April 17

Vietnam morning news for April 17

 Central bank asks for tightened control over real estate loans The State Bank of Việt Nam (SBV) has asked control over real estate loans of credit institutions to be enhanced, especially in areas showing signs of land price fevers. — Viet Nam News $108-mln wind power plant construction starts in southern Vietnam The first phase […]

Malaysia morning news for April 17

Malaysia morning news for April 17

Unhealthy air quality in two areas of Selangor Two areas in Selangor were found to have unhealthy air quality, with most areas in Malaysia having moderate air quality as at 6pm today. — The Sun Daily Malaysia by-election losses raise risk of reactive fiscal policy There is a rising risk of more reactive fiscal policy […]

Myanmar morning news for April 16

Myanmar morning news for April 16

Singapore Myanmar Investco divests TPR telco assets for US$8m Singapore Myanmar Investco (SMI), through its indirect subsidiary TPR Myanmar, is selling all of TPR’s telecommunications towers and tower leases in Myanmar for US$8 million. — Consult-Myanmar China’s rare-earth imports from Myanmar will decline China is likely to trim imports of rare earths from Myanmar starting […]

Vietnam morning news for April 16

Vietnam morning news for April 16

 Vietnam’s Fast-Growing Economy Signals Need To Expand Coal Sector Bullish forecasts on Vietnam’s fast-expanding economy until 2030 has driven the government to find ways to boost the coal sector as it is expected that the country will see increased demand for energy. — Business Times HCM City tourism festival generates 120 billion VND in revenues […]

Malaysia morning news for April 16

Malaysia morning news for April 16

Malaysia says revised China deal shows costs were inflated Malaysia’s prime minister said Monday a Chinese company building a rail link across the Southeast Asian nation will jointly help to manage and operate the network, part of revised deal that will get the stalled project off the ground at a lower cost and ease strained […]

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