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Archive for : January, 2013

SPITFIRE TEAM DISCOVER CRATE FILLED WITH MUDDY WATER

By admin / January, 2013

British excavation team of buried Spitfire fighters in Myanmar Wednesday spotted a wooden crate believed to be giving refuge to the WWII fighters in northern Myanmar, according to an AP report. The crate was filled with muddy water and could not confirm the condition, according to the report. British aviation enthusiast David Cundall, leader of…

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NAY PYI TAW, MAGWAY DRAWS

By admin / January, 2013

Nay Pyi Taw FC held Magway FC 1-1 in Sunday Myanmar National League meet in Thuwanna Stadium in Yangon. Kaing Htoo of Nay Pyi Taw which outplayed Magway in earlier minutes scored the leader in the first half. Magway was awarded a penalty in the second half and captain Emans scored the equalizer from the…

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HTC TO SELL LOCALIZED SMART PHONES WITH “MYANMAR OS”

By admin / January, 2013

HTC, Taiwan-based smart phone maker, will launch sale of handsets with OS of Myanmar version, according to The Myanmar Times report. The smart phones with so-called Myanmar OS will be available at showrooms in Yangon and Mandalay in third week of January. U Tun Myint, creator of San Myanmar font, help the leading smart phone…

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MYANMAR PLANS A SMALL HOTEL ZONE IN YANGON

By admin / January, 2013

Myanmar’s hotels and tourism ministry is mulling over a move to set up a small-scale hotel zone in the country’s major city Yangon as the city continues its campaign to cope with increasing visitors, according to a The New Light of Myanmar report. “We’re planning a new hotel zone to provide comfortable accommodation to the…

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KIRIN TO SELL BEER IN MYANMAR

By admin / January, 2013

Japanese brewer Kirin is planning to enter Myanmar market, starting with the sale of Shibori brand beer, according to The Yomiuri Shimbun report. With expected increase in Myanmar’s beer consumption, Kirin shortlists Myanmar as a market to expand, the report says. The market of 62 million with estimated rise in GDP in years to come,…

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