Myanmar morning news for April 25

Myanmar morning news for April 25

Myanmar to export farmed fisheries to EU from May onwards Myanmar will be able to export farmed marine products to the European Union (EU) starting from May 1, said U Thet Naing, deputy director of the Quality Control and Research Division of Fisheries Department. — Myanmar Times Govt received over 1,300 proposals for mining business […]

Vietnam morning news for April 25

Vietnam morning news for April 25

How to find the best Location for your business in Vietnam? Vietnam developed industrial zones to further boost foreign investment into the country. Vietnam Briefing explains the industrial park system, how a businessperson can evaluate industrial zones, and some of the advantages of setting up in an industrial zone. — Vietnam Insider Vietnam is fastest […]

Malaysia morning news for April 25

Malaysia morning news for April 25

World Bank keeps Malaysia’s 2019 GDP outlook at 4.7% The World Bank Group has maintained Malaysia’s 2019 gross domestic product (GDP) growth forecast at 4.7 per cent, driven by private consumption. — The Star Online Malaysia to restart $34bn Kuala Lumpur development with Chinese partner The government of Malaysia has said it plans to resurrect […]

Myanmar morning news for April 24

Myanmar morning news for April 24

Myanmar court rejects appeal by jailed Reuters journalists The supreme court of Myanmar has denied the appeal of the two Reuters journalists who were imprisoned for their reporting on the ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims. — The Guardian IMF Says Myanmar’s Economy Is Losing Steam The International Monetary Fund (IMF) expressed concern about the Myanmar […]

Vietnam morning news for April 24

Vietnam morning news for April 24

Agro-forestry-fishery exports fetch 12.4 billion USD in four months Export revenues of agro-forestry-fishery products in April is estimated to hit 3.5 billion USD, pushing the figure in the first four months of this year to 12.4 billion USD, equivalent to the figure recorded in the same period last year, reported the Ministry of Agriculture and […]

Malaysia morning news for April 24

Malaysia morning news for April 24

Malaysia’s central bank, regulator say financial markets remain resilient Malaysia’s financial markets have remained resilient with support from ample domestic liquidity and strong fundamentals, the country’s market regulators said on Tuesday. — Today Online CIMB allocates extra RM400 mln for IT, bank operations in FY19 CIMB Bank Bhd says it will be more aggressive in […]

Myanmar morning news for April 23

Myanmar morning news for April 23

Kachin govt urged to keep eye on embankment project Members of parliament urged the Kachin State government to look into allegedly substandard construction of embankments in two villages aimed at preventing floods during the rainy season on Sunday. — Myanmar Times Thousands protest China-backed mega-dam in Myanmar YANGON: Thousands of people in northern Myanmar took […]

Vietnam morning news for April 23

Vietnam morning news for April 23

Vietnam invests in 190 projects in Cambodia Vietnam has invested in 190 investment projects in Cambodia with the total registered investment capital of nearly US$ 2.9 billion, focusing on agriculture and forestry whereas the partner offered 19 investment projects with the total capital of US$ 65 million in Vietnamese market. — Sggp News Central bank […]

Malaysia morning news for April 23

Malaysia morning news for April 23

MITI committed to luring quality investments: Darell A year has almost passed since last May’s watershed general election which saw a historic change, not only in government, but Malaysia’s entire political landscape which also steered the country’s economy in a different direction. — New Straits Times Malaysia heading towards smart prison systems The Malaysian Prisons […]

Myanmar morning news for April 22

Myanmar morning news for April 22

Myanmar economy losing momentum, IMF warns The International Monetary Fund has warned that the Myanmar economy “appears to be losing momentum”, citing concerns over fallout from the Rakhine crisis and weaknesses in the banking sector. — Myanmar Times Jailed Reuters journalists wait final ruling in Myanmar Myanmar’s highest court will make a rule on Tuesday […]

Vietnam morning news for April 22

Vietnam morning news for April 22

Vietnam is experiencing a boom in mobile payments Governments across Southeast Asia are pushing ahead with efforts to create cashless economies, with less developed countries such as Vietnam and Thailand leapfrogging richer ones like Singapore and Malaysia in electronic payments. Nikkei reports. — Vietnam Insider Hanoi helps bring farmers into 21st century with technology Nguyen […]

Malaysia morning news for April 22

Malaysia morning news for April 22

MAB targets 10 pct increase in domestic passengers load factor with new fares options Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAB) is aiming about 10 per cent increase in domestic passenger load factor to 80 per cent this year driven by its newly introduced flexible fare options. — New Straits Times RM140m to transport goods to interior areas […]

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