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Archive for : January, 2013

COCA-COLA TO START MYANMAR PRODUCTION

By admin / January, 2013

US soft-drink company Coca-Cola is establishing a factory in Myanmar, according to The Irrawaddy report, citing Asia News Network. Cola Pinya Manufacturing Company, a joint venture between Coca-Cola and Myanmar’s Pinya Manufaturing Company will operate four companies to produce the world’s one of the most influential brand in Myanmar. A new plant will be set…

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MYANMAR EXPECTS RICE EXPORT PEAK

By admin / January, 2013

Myanmar is targeting record high rice export in 2012-2013 fiscal year, hitting 1.2 million tons, according to a Mizzima report. “By December, 1.01 million tons of rice and rice products had been exported,” commerce minister U Win Myint told to Mizzima. He expected that the Southeast Asian country which was once a major rice export…

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NEW YATANARPON TELEPORT BOD ELECTED

By admin / January, 2013

The director board of Yatanarpon Teleport Co Ltd led by the communications and information technology minister stepped down to pave the way for new board of directors for the transformed public corporation, according to a Myanma Alinn report. The minister said that regulators and competitors of the industry should be clearly separated at the BoD…

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TRADITIONAL ARTWORKS DISPLAYED IN YANGON

By admin / January, 2013

Myanmar traditional artists exhibited artworks in free-of-charge exhibition at Tatmadaw Convention Centre in Yangon starting on 4 January. Secretary of Myanmar Traditional Artists and Artisans Organization (Central) U Ni Po Oo said the show was aimed at “preserving Myanmar’s cultural heritages”. A total of 702 artists far and wide the country displayed 992 paintings and…

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MALAYSIAN UNIVERSITY INVITES MYANMAR STUDENT

By admin / January, 2013

University Malaysia Perlis (UniMP) handed their invitation to Myanmar students to pursue their education there, according to a Bernama report. Senior officials led by chancellor Tuanku Syed Faizuddin Putra Jamalullail made the invitation on their recent working visit to the fellow Southeast Asian country. The university which has about 300 international students from more than…

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