Myanmar morning news for February 26

Myanmar morning news for February 26

Myanmar-China Border Trade Drops US$200 M Amid Coronavirus Outbreak Bilateral border trade between Myanmar and China declined by US$209 million from Jan. 23 to Feb. 18 compared to the same period last year due to the spread of coronavirus, according to U Khin Maung Lwin, assistant permanent secretary for the Ministry of Commerce. — Irrawaddy […]

Vietnam morning news for February 26

Vietnam morning news for February 26

Vietnam Airlines restores some inflight services thanks to COVID-19 fight The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines has restored some services on domestic and international flights with durations of less than 2.5 hours since February 24, as there have been signs showing COVID-19 has been put under control in Vietnam. — Viet Nam Net Việt Nam […]

Malaysia morning news for February 26

Malaysia morning news for February 26

Perak customs seize contraband cigarettes, alcohol worth over RM2m The Perak Customs Department confiscated two million sticks of cigarettes of various brands worth RM2 million (tax included), during an inspection at a house in Sitiawan, Lumut, on Feb 12. — The Sun Daily Why Did Malaysia’s Prime Minister Just Resign? Here is today’s Foreign Policy […]

Myanmar morning news for February 25

Myanmar morning news for February 25

Virus outbreak could impact Myanmar garment factories by March The Myanmar Garment Manufacturers Association (MGMA) says it fears that half the garment factories in the country may have to shut down temporarily as soon as March, due to a shortage of raw materials from China. — Myanmar Times EU to send another monitoring mission to […]

Vietnam morning news for February 25

Vietnam morning news for February 25

Vietnam tells banks to cut or delay loan payments from virus-hit firms – c.bank Vietnam’s central bank ordered commercial banks on Monday to eliminate, cut or delay interest payments on loans to companies facing losses due to the coronavirus outbreak. — Yahoo News Vietnam loosens regulations for car imports Vietnam has scrapped the requirement for […]

Malaysia morning news for February 25

Malaysia morning news for February 25

Malaysia’s Mahathir resigns but is asked to stay as interim PM Prime minister’s move follows a weekend of political turmoil amid bid by his party to form new government without Anwar. — Aljazeera Guan Eng: Tun M quit because he did not want to work with Umno Lim Guan Eng has shed light on the […]

Myanmar morning news for February 24

Myanmar morning news for February 24

Citizens of nowhere: Trump ban raises fear for US Rohingya A refugee from Myanmar’s tyrannized Rohingya minority, Lila Mubarak embodies perfectly the “poor, huddled masses” welcomed to the United States for more than a century by a bronze plaque at the foot of the Statue of Liberty. — Mizzima Myanmar permits 16 foreign investments in […]

Vietnam morning news for February 24

Vietnam morning news for February 24

Vietnam Reports Supply Chain Issues From Coronavirus For Cars, Electronics Vietnam’s manufacturing sector is suffering supply chain problems caused by the coronavirus epidemic, which may delay production of Samsung Electronics’ new phones, the Ministry of Industry and Trade told Reuters on Friday. — NDTV How Vietnam is using fishing trawlers to keep an eye on […]

Malaysia morning news for February 24

Malaysia morning news for February 24

Health Ministry: All Malaysian Covid-19 patients in country have recovered, four foreign nationals still hospitalised Another Malaysian patient previously diagnosed with the Covid-19 infection has recovered, the Health Ministry said today. — Malay Mail M’sia to be test bed for Next Generation Vehicles: Analyst One of the new elements of the newly-launched National Automotive Policy […]

Myanmar morning news for February 21

Myanmar morning news for February 21

Military-Initiated Steel Project Costing Myanmar Govt $345,000 in Daily Loan Payments to China Myanmar taxpayers are bearing the burden of repaying the loan to China Development Bank. — Irrawaddy e-Government system crucial for country’s development: State Counsellor e-Government is a crucial element in linking the government with stakeholders to better drive economic development and poverty […]

Vietnam morning news for February 21

Vietnam morning news for February 21

Vietnam’s Rights Record Deteriorating Despite Regular Dialogue With West: Experts Vietnam’s human rights situation continues to deteriorate despite regular dialogues between Hanoi and Western nations, a social analyst and a former political prisoner said Wednesday, as representatives of the European Union and the one-party communist state sat down for talks on the latter’s rights record. […]

Malaysia morning news for February 21

Malaysia morning news for February 21

Works minister: Govt estimated to save RM2.86b on Sarawak Pan Borneo Highway project The amount of estimated saving for the Pan Borneo Highway (PBH) Sarawak project based on the overall difference in development cost between the Project Delivery Partner (PDP) model and conventional methods is RM2.865. — Malay Mail Malaysia’s hand sanitiser, rubber glove manufacturers in […]

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