Myanmar morning news for June 12

Myanmar morning news for June 12

Myanmar gets additional rice export quota Myanmar needs to export rice to China before October as quickly as possible as Myanmar has got an additional rice export quota of 100,000 tons from China, said Aung Htoo, Deputy Minister for Commerce, at a coordination meeting on the export of rice to China via sea, at the […]

Vietnam morning news for June 12

Vietnam morning news for June 12

Hanoi to curb fake ‘Made-in-Vietnam’ goods Hanoi has vowed to crack down on manufacturers illegally using “Made in Vietnam” labels on items destined for America to dodge punishing tariffs as the US-China trade spat drags on. — The Asean post Vietnam posts $1.3bn trade deficit in May, matches forecast Vietnam had a trade deficit of […]

Malaysia morning news for June 12

Malaysia morning news for June 12

Approved investments rise to RM53.9b in Q1, up 3.1% year on year Malaysia registered a total of RM53.9 billion approved investments in the manufacturing, services and primary sectors for the first quarter of 2019 (Q1 2019), 3.1% higher than the RM52.3 billion recorded in the same period last year. — The Sun Daily Malaysia set […]

Myanmar morning news for June 11

Myanmar morning news for June 11

Few foreign fuel investments, but more Yangon Petrol stations planned: Chief Minister The Yangon Region Government will increase efforts to allow more Yangon Petrol Co (YP) fuel stations to open in response to high demand, regional government officials said at its annual press conference last week. — Myanmar Times Better implementation of the law needed […]

Vietnam morning news for June 11

Vietnam morning news for June 11

Vietnam to crackdown on Chinese goods relabelled to beat U.S. tariffs Vietnam has said it will crackdown on goods of Chinese origin illegally relabelled “Made in Vietnam” by exporters seeking to avoid U.S. President Donald Trump’s tariffs on Chinese imports. — Today Online Vietnam’s e-commerce to surge in 2020 Vietnam’s e-commerce growth reached 30 percent […]

Malaysia morning news for June 11

Malaysia morning news for June 11

Malaysian companies urged to explore opportunities within Industry 4.0 Malaysian companies are encouraged to explore the exponential business opportunities within the Industry 4.0, particularly as a solutions and products provider to complement its entire value chain. — The Sun Daily S’wak govt to carry on with business-friendly policies – Abang Johari The Sarawak Government will […]

Myanmar morning news for June 10

Myanmar morning news for June 10

Outcry over Asean report predicting Rohingya’s ‘smooth’ return to Myanmar An Asean report predicting half a million Rohingya refugees will return to Myanmar in two years has left observers incredulous for glossing over army atrocities, ignoring an ongoing civil war in Rakhine state and failing to mention the persecuted Muslim minority by name. — The […]

Vietnam morning news for June 10

Vietnam morning news for June 10

Vietnam’s state budget records surplus of US$3.35 billion YTD The budget revenue collection in May reached VND110.2 trillion (US$4.74 billion), accumulating to VND628 trillion (US$27.03 billion) in the January – May period, up 13% year-on-year. — The Hanoitimes US to investigate Vietnam ‘shrimp king’ for anti-dumping tax evasion Minh Phu Seafood JSC, one of Vietnam’s […]

Malaysia morning news for June 10

Malaysia morning news for June 10

Ministry to work with telcos to improve coverage in rural S’wak – Dr Rundi The Ministry of Utilities will be collaborating with telecommunication service providers in an effort to improve coverage in rural Sarawak, said its Minister Dato Sri Dr Stephen Rundi Utom. Dr Rundi said collaboration with the telecommunication service providers was very important […]

Myanmar morning news for June 7

Myanmar morning news for June 7

Thilawa special economic zone to launch new phase A Japan-backed special economic zone in Myanmar is expanding as an alternative production hub for China and Vietnam, attracting growing numbers of Japanese and other foreign firms to the outskirts of Yangon. — Bangkok post Myanmar GDP expected to rise 6.8 percent by 2020 Myanmar’s economy is […]

Vietnam morning news for June 7

Vietnam morning news for June 7

Vietnam’s car localization rate remains low: ministry Vietnam’s automobile industry has witnessed progress in the last two years, but the localization rate remains low, not meeting the set target, according to its Ministry of Industry and Trade. –Xinhua Vietnam’s envoy to Cambodia on PM Lee’s online remark: We have not forsaken lessons of history Radio […]

Malaysia morning news for June 7

Malaysia morning news for June 7

Malaysia set to become preferred location for semiconductor industry Malaysia is poised to become the preferred location for international companies looking to expand their semiconductor businesses, especially in the wafer fabrication (fab) industry. — The Star Online Shrinking factory activity nothing to worry about, says economist An economist has shrugged off news that factory activity […]

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