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10 June
2013
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MARRIOTT TO SEAL FIRST HOTEL DEAL IN SIX MONTHS

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Marriott International Inc, one of the largest hotel chains in US, is due to strike a deal for its first hotel in Myanmar within six months, according to a livemint report. “The company’s first hotel in the Southeast Asian national will probably be a Mariott or Courtyard,” Asia-Pacific president and managing director Simon Cooper is…

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8 June
2013
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WEF-EA KICKS OFF IN MYANMAR

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Leaders of Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam focused on cooperation in inclusive growth as they addressed World Economic Forum (East Asia) hosted for the first time in Myanmar in the administrative seat Nay Pyi Taw. “It’s critical for us to move forward,” Myanmar president Thein Sein said in his opening address. The World Economic Forum which…

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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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8 June
2013
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UAB OPENS MANDALAY BRANCH

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United Amara Bank, one of some 20 private banks in Myanmar, opened its Mandalay branch in 84th street in Mandalay on 3 June, state-run Myanma Alinn reported. The branch is 17th branch of about two-year old bank across the country.   UAB is one a few private banks providing remittance services of Western Union and…

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7 June
2013
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WEF-EA KICKS OFF IN MYANMAR

Leaders of Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam focused on cooperation in inclusive growth as they addressed World Economic Forum (East Asia) hosted for the first time in Myanmar in the administrative seat Nay Pyi Taw. “It’s critical for us to move forward,” Myanmar president Thein Sein said in his opening address. The World Economic Forum which…

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