Myanmar morning news for July 24

Myanmar morning news for July 24

Japan wins deal for nearly $2bn LNG power plant in Myanmar Trading houses Marubeni, Sumitomo Corp. and Mitsui & Co. will build a liquefied natural gas-fired power plant in Myanmar, one of the biggest investments by Japanese companies in the Southeast Asian country, people familiar with the matter say. — Nikkei Asian Review (paywall) Military-backed company […]

Vietnam morning news for July 24

Vietnam morning news for July 24

COVID-19 vaccine’s expected to have in Vietnam soon Vietnam expects to have a safe and effective Covid-19 vaccine in October 2021 when shortening the reviewing, appraising and approving of clinical trial process as well as testing and licensing of Covid-19 vaccine. — Vietnam Times Vietnam’s 2020 growth seen at 3%: StanChart Further monetary and fiscal […]

Malaysia morning news for July 24

Malaysia morning news for July 24

COVID-19: Face masks compulsory in Malaysia’s crowded public spaces, transportation from Aug 1 The wearing of face masks in crowded public spaces and on public transportation will be made compulsory starting Aug 1, said Malaysian Senior Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob on Thursday (Jul 23). — CNA RM4.8b for rural infrastructure development in Sabah The government […]

Myanmar morning news for July 23

Myanmar morning news for July 23

About 6,000 factories, workplaces reopen in Yangon as stability regains As stability regained after the threat of coronavirus, about 6,000 factories and workplaces are resuming their operations in Yangon Region. However, about 160 factories and workplaces are still closed, according to the Factory and General Labour Laws Inspection Department. — The Global New Light of […]

Vietnam morning news for July 23

Vietnam morning news for July 23

Covid-19 Vaccine’s Production and Licensing are sped up in Vietnam Covid-19 vaccine production is being implemented for researching to develop by Vietnam Ministry of Health in this morning’s seminar July 22, with the participation of national and international scientists. — Vietnam Times 82.6% of private enterprises say production situations better, more sustainable in Q3 VGP […]

Malaysia morning news for July 23

Malaysia morning news for July 23

Minister: Car industry projecting 34pc fall in 2020 sales volume The Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) has revised its projection for commercial and private vehicle sales in 2020 to fall from 607,000 to 400,000, Parliament was told today. — Malay Mail Govt distributed RM11.14 billion under BPN as of July 20 – Tengku Zafrul The government […]

Myanmar morning news for July 22

Myanmar morning news for July 22

Myanmar pro-democracy forces form new parties as elections loom Some lawmakers who have grown disgruntled with Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy are adding to Myanmar’s political landscape in a way that could give the dominant party something to think about ahead of elections scheduled to take place on Nov. 8. — Nikkei […]

Vietnam morning news for July 22

Vietnam morning news for July 22

Vietnam’s technology skills set ranks second in Asia Pacific Data from the Global Skills Index 2020 report rated Vietnamese technology skills second in Asia Pacific and 22nd globally. — VnExpress Vietnam population might peak 10 years earlier than UN forecast: Lancet study Vietnam’s population might peak at 107.25 million in 2044, a decade earlier than […]

Malaysia morning news for July 22

Malaysia morning news for July 22

Malaysia to sign US$880 mln rail deal with Singapore July 30, minister says Construction of a US$880 million light rail project linking Malaysia’s southern state of Johor with neighbouring Singapore will begin next year, after both countries formalise the deal on July 30, Malaysia’s transport minister said on Tuesday. — The Star Online Focus on […]

Myanmar morning news for July 21

Myanmar morning news for July 21

Myanmar’s Shadow Industry Costs More Lives Villagers of Hpakant stood in the pouring rain and watched as rescue workers slogged through heavy mud to retrieve the corpses. — Byline Times Myanmar Uncovers Sino-Pak Nexus in Arms Supply to Two Rebel Groups in Rakhine Myanmar is believed to have discovered an alleged Sino-Pak axis that is […]

Vietnam morning news for July 21

Vietnam morning news for July 21

Did China Block Vietnam Offshore Oil Contract? The sudden cancellation of an offshore drilling project commissioned by Vietnam is raising fears that the Chinese government pressured it to stop, part of Beijing’s ongoing maritime sovereignty spat with Hanoi. — VOA Vietnam’s China-built metro line falls 2 years behind schedule Construction of a 13 km railway […]

Malaysia morning news for July 21

Malaysia morning news for July 21

AirAsia offers 50 % discount for returning fare AirAsia Group Bhd has launched a special promotion of 50 per cent discount on the returning fare when customers booked a round trip ticket applicable for any Malaysian domestic flights between July 20 to July 24 for the travel period between Aug 4 to Dec 6 this […]

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