Myanmar morning news for June 10

Myanmar morning news for June 10

Myanmar to build new high-quality oil refineries Myanmar is planning to build new high-quality oil refineries to reduce the reliance on the oversea market and to fulfil local demands for oil products, Xinhua reported. — Mizzima China Banks Freeze Accounts of Cross-Border Traders in Myanmar’s Shan State Myanmar traders in northern Shan state said Tuesday […]

Vietnam morning news for June 10

Vietnam morning news for June 10

Vietnam plans to resume flights to some virus-free countries Vietnam plans to allow a resumption of flights to and from countries that have had no cases of coronavirus for 30 days, state media cited the prime minister as saying on Tuesday, with priority destinations including Japan, South Korea and Cambodia. — The Jakarta Post Vietnam’s […]

Malaysia morning news for June 10

Malaysia morning news for June 10

Putrajaya urged to maintain consortium approach to 5G spectrum allocation The government and regulator should maintain the original consortium approach when it comes to spectrum allocation of the much-awaited national 5G network, according to the National Tech Association of Malaysia’s (Pikom). — Malay Mail Malaysian prosecutors drop corruption charges against Najib ally Malaysian government prosecutors […]

Myanmar morning news for June 9

Myanmar morning news for June 9

COVID-19 shuts down a third of Myanmar businesses Nearly one third of companies in Myanmar have temporarily closed because of the coronavirus lockdown and the vast majority of those still operating have reported lower turnover, according to the Asia Foundation. — Myanmar Times Myanmar plans to build new high-quality oil refineries Myanmar is planning to […]

Vietnam morning news for June 9

Vietnam morning news for June 9

Vietnam records one more imported COVID-19 case, raising total to 332 One imported coronavirus case was confirmed in Vietnam on Monday evening, bringing the total to 332, said the Ministry of Health. — Vietnam Insider Hanoi became the world’s most polluted city on Sunday Hanoi became the world’s most polluted city according to a ranking […]

Malaysia morning news for June 9

Malaysia morning news for June 9

Malaysia Airlines: Lifting travel restrictions and reopening borders will allow loved ones to reunite Allowing international flights to resume in July will allow families to unite with loved ones who have been separated due to travel restrictions in many parts of the world, says Malaysia Airlines. — The Star Online Malaysia reports 7 new COVID-19 […]

Myanmar morning news for June 8

Myanmar morning news for June 8

Myanmar sugar production to hit lowest level in seven years Sugarcane production in Myanmar is expected to decline to its lowest levels in seven years in fiscal 2020-21 as a result of poor demand, said U Win Htay, vice chair of the Myanmar Sugar and Sugarcane Product Entrepreneur Association — Myanmar Times Thai-Myanmar border trade […]

Vietnam morning news for June 8

Vietnam morning news for June 8

WB provides US$84.4 million for Vietnam to promote climate-resilient landscapes This will support the Vietnamese government’s climate mitigation actions by strengthening the resilient management of landscapes and natural resources. — Hanoitimes Jailed Australian democracy activist has ‘disappeared’ inside Vietnam’s prison system A 70-year-old Australian democracy activist has “disappeared” inside Vietnam’s prison system: no one from […]

Malaysia morning news for June 8

Malaysia morning news for June 8

Tax exemption augurs well for palm oil industry Covid-19 hit oil palm smallholders and companies can heave a sigh of relief overt a tax exemption provided under the National Economic Recovery Plan (Penjana) that was aimed at managing the country’s stock level and stabilise the crude palm oil (CPO) price. — New Sarawak Tribune Funds […]

Myanmar morning news for June 5

Myanmar morning news for June 5

Malaysia’s Petronas enters Myanmar gas market Malaysia’s state-owned oil firm Petronas has entered Myanmar gas market with first liquefied natural gas (LNG) delivery, the company said Thursday. — Xinhua UN gives food to workers returning from China, Thailand The UN’s World Food Programme (WFP) is assisting thousands of migrant workers returning from neighbouring countries, mostly […]

Vietnam morning news for June 5

Vietnam morning news for June 5

Vietnam garment export value falls 14.5 pct in 5 months Vietnam’s total textile and garment export value in the first five months of this year declined by 14.5 percent year-on-year to over 10.4 billion U.S. dollars, according to the country’s General Statistics Office on Thursday. — Xinhua Vietnam pension system world’s 57th best: report Placed […]

Malaysia morning news for June 5

Malaysia morning news for June 5

Malaysia’s new Covid-19 cases spike today, with 270 patients from Immigration detention centre Malaysia recorded 277 new Covid-19 cases today, of which only four were locals, the Ministry of Health said today. — Malay Mail State Govt mulls exporting seafood, vegetables The State Government is looking into exporting seafood and vegetables produced in Sabah via […]

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