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Title: Flying High
Date of publication: September 2003
Description/subject: "There’s confidence in the air over Burma as a new airline prepares to take off... When a relatively unknown investment group came forward on April 1 with plans for another airline for Burma, some dismissed the announcement as an April Fool’s prank. With all the cards already stacked against Burma’s economy and turbulent aviation industry—in the form of tourism boycotts and tightened economic sanctions—who would be brave, or foolish, enough to bank on a brand new airline? The answer is Edward Tan, Chief Executive of Hong Kong-based Sunshine Strategic Investments, and a conglomerate of Sino-Burmese investors. The group is keen to give the Burmese people what Tan describes as "a better airline with better management."..."
Author/creator: Anthony Faraday and Naw Seng
Language: English
Source/publisher: "The Irrawaddy", Vol. 11. No. 7
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 06 November 2003


Title: Singapore Shrug
Date of publication: August 2002
Description/subject: "...Singapore�s economic relationship with Burma went through a honeymoon period that lasted through the mid-1990s, and ended about the time Burma joined the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) in July 1997�roughly coinciding with the start of a financial crisis that afflicted most of the region. Since then, Singapore�s enthusiasm for one of the region�s last investment frontiers has cooled dramatically. And to date, there has been little to indicate that Singaporean corporations are preparing for an equally dramatic reentry into Burma�s troubled economy..."
Author/creator: Neil Lawrence
Language: English
Source/publisher: "The Irrawaddy" Vol 10. No. 6, July-August 2002
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 03 June 2003