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28 July
2014
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Scarlett Johansson beats Dwayne Johnson at US box office

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Scarlett Johansson has come out on top in a box office tussle with former wrestler Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Johansson’s Lucy, an action thriller about a woman who unlocks hitherto untapped brain powers, made $44m (£26m) in the US and Canada over the weekend, according to studio estimates. Johnson’s fantasy Hercules had to settle for…

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8 June
2013
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WEDNESDAY WINE

The Wednesday Wine Club meets every (you guessed it) Wednesday at the QP Inya Shop (30 Inya Road). Taste four or five wines for K10,000 a person. Contact chad.quarto@gmail.com or 09-7321-8711. News from mmtimes.com

8 June
2013
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MICROSOFT APPOINTS FIRST LOCAL PARTNER IN MYANMAR

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Microsoft assigned Myanmar Information Technology as its first local partner in Myanmar, ZDNet reported. MIT is one of the country’s most influential IT firm run with over 300 employees since 1997. The appointment of MIT as Microsoft’s “marketing development partner” was made by the Sillicon Valley giant at World Economic Forum in Nay Pyi Taw…

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5 June
2013
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BOTTLING ” COCA-COLA ”

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“Coca-Cola” to start local bottling in Myanmar & local production as part of its proposed USD 200 million investment in the Southeast Asian country, Reuters reported. The report suggests that the US soft drink giant said it would begin operating the bottling plant in Myanmar on Tuesday. It will become Coca-Cola’s first bottling plant in…

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30 May
2013
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MYANMAR HOSTS U-14 ASIAN CUP QUALIFIERS

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Myanmar hosts U-14 Asia Cup qualifiers Group (E) and Group (F) at Nay Pyi Taw’s Wunna Theiddhi Stadium and Zeyartheiddhi Stadium which will also host SEA Games in coming December from 28 May to 3 June, state-run newspaper Myanma Alinn reported. Myanmar will fight for a ticket to go to U-14 Asian Cup finale again…

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