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"The Myanmar Times" 2009 (English)
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Title: "The Myanmar Times" December 21 - 27, 2009 Volume 26, No. 502
Date of publication: 27 December 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Men shine in Tun Foundation art prize » Chinese VP Xi pays 2-day visit » Credit, land reform needed to fight poverty, says Stiglitz » No A(H1N1) deaths, says ministry » New fish species named after aquarium owner » Yangon back on power ‘rotation system’: YESB » One injured in Bahan bus crash » Yadana consortium provides $4 million for HIV treatment » Italian govt donates medical supplies » Sagaing Aung Kyaw Htin wins photo comp » Report on Nargis-affected women to be published in Jan » Singaporean actors to promote television drama » International school to open in Mandalay » Hotels announce special deals for holiday season » Athletics team makes golden return to form » In Vientiane, locals get behind their SEA Games heroes » Women’s football side snatches bronze...BUSINESS: AGE firm begins making transformers » Yadanarbon fibre optic cable factory starts production » Handicraft demand returns with tourists » Expats in Asia see living costs surge on weak dollar » Malaysian veterinary expert gives advice on diagnostic lab » Overseas job seekers warned to be watchful » Agents say state auction to have limited market impact » Living the highlife in Kyauktada
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 02 January 2010


Title: "The Myanmar Times" December 14 - 20, 2009 Volume 26, No. 501
Date of publication: 20 December 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: UN backs Myanmar development struggle » Chinlone lights up Australian festival » Govt torches $93 million of illicit drugs » TCG to prioritise shelter sector » Changing climate hurts Myanmar » Strong bookings for peak season: airlines » Daw Suu Kyi meets Relations Minister » Australia provides $750,000 for HIV » Stiglitz to advise govt on poverty, development » Women are most affected by climate change, report finds » Israeli eye doctors make delta tour » Filter producers’ aim: behaviour change » Footballers rue missed chance after early exit » Myanmar teams make golden starts » Billiards pair fail to repeat SEA Games success in Laos » Thailand eye top spot as Games open ...BUSINESS: Industrial warehouse rents down, say agents » Xmas promotions push year-end sales » Transport spending to top $7b over five years » CB Bank says income increased by K6 billion » German investors cast eyes to Myanmar, says UMFCCI » A/C sales bouncing back » Car rentals booming in strong inbound tourism market » Export lull forces container prices down » Game over » Statement making house in Thingangyun township...ARTS FLASH: Alliance Française end of year concert » Hair styling event » Five Music Live concert » ‘Kids on Us’ at Traders Hotel » Iron Cross concert » Concert at La Pyayt Wun Plaza » Concert at Yuzana Garden hotel » Christmas Eve gala dinner at Sedona » Christmas Eve dinner at Parkroyal
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 20 December 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" December 7 - 13, 2009 Volume 25, No. 500
Date of publication: 13 December 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Footballers face uphill battle after stalemate » Sedona receives leading hotel award » Medical council suspends surgeon » Journalists explore global security reporting in London » First go-kart comp slated for December » YCDC to begin rubbish program » Russian martial arts specialists in goodwill show » Officials to attend climate summit » ASEAN, Russia agree to summit » JICA contributes to port project » El Niño to have little impact » Health insurance to be introduced soon: MI » Sri Lankan navy rescues stranded Myanmar fishermen » Myanmar and China ink human trafficking agreement in Beijing » Thanaka company receives awards » Licenced internet cafés proliferate quickly » Judo team holds joint training with Japan » Men's volleyball team aims for final » MFF submits proposal to global body » Dagon Shwe Aung Lan challenge fight series to be held in Dec, Jan...BUSINESS: Demand jumps for private security services » Zero duties on ICT goods by 2010: Customs » Prawn and shrimp exports falling, says MPEA » Commodity prices remain stable in early December trade » First Private Bank AGM: dividends announced » Domestic gold price hits new high » Maize export price up in Muse: traders » In Nay Pyi Taw, building sector defies economic rut » The Rental Game: column fodder » Duplex house in Sanchaung
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 10 December 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" November 30 - December 6, 2009 Volume 25, No. 499
Date of publication: 06 December 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Night of terror: survivors tell of deadly ferry crash » Shwedagon visitors up almost 30pc » Private FM stations begin broadcasting » Mandalay City Hotel receives award » Cyclone Nargis recovery work gets $88 million in pledges » Recycled plastic bags to go on sale » Japan to cooperate on flu threat » Privately owned petrified wood and primates museum to open in Pyin Oo Lwin » MAI offers packages » Japanese cyclist chronicles world-roving marathon » Monastery to honour missionary monk » Chevron urges Asia to pave the way for energy development » Kyaukphyu-Yunnan oil pipeline to be completed by end of 2015 » Swiber Holdings wins $77 million Yadana pipeline contract » New fields to nearly triple gas supply in 10 years, says MOGE » Myanmar ICT awards coming in 2010 » Pakistan wins Asian U-18 field hockey competition...BUSINESS: Strong currency slows trade, say experts » Buyer demand down on currency strength: RE agents » B&P exporters look to bountiful year » First Private Bank’s deposits up by 36pc » Company supplies rice mill loans » Saudis buyers pick catfish over Rohu » New roads drive outskirt values up » Simple, effective and spacious house in Thaketa
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 03 December 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times"November 23- 29, 2009, Volume 25, No. 498
Date of publication: 29 November 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Summiting Natmataung by mountain bike » ASEAN to create regional immigration database » TCG appeals for release of Nargis funds » Myanmar worker dies in SKorea factory accident » Traffic accident mortality second-highest in region » 3DF studies options for new projects » Buddhist groups prepare gold leaf donations » Eel prices fail to reach last year’s highs » Boat victims sent home » Myanmar marks 20th anniversary of convention for children’s rights » Digital art showcased in Yangon » Rubber products course begins » Prepaid wireless cards slated for December release » Track and field team hopes for golds...BUSINESS: Lower quality rice price rising » New route found for clothing exports » Yadana pipeline construction work begins: state media » Yangon office rental market flat, say agents » DOF setting up delta crab conservation zone » FMI reports modest profit » Fixed CDMA phones to be issued: MPT » Hospitality jobs boom in Singapore » Unfinished projects leave buyers short » A matter of taste with Bahan house
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 03 December 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" November 16 - 22, 2009 Volume 25, No. 497
Date of publication: 22 November 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: 50th Street restaurant up and running » Global Fund recognises huge needs in Myanmar » SPDC Chairman visits Sri Lanka » University prep centre opens » Hoteliers make March plans for Ngwe Saung 10th anniversary » Sedona hotels receive green recognition » Butterfly museum to open in Pyin Oo Lwin » Frontier forces form in Kachin, Kayah » Japan pledges more aid » Hajj charter flights begin » Israel continues agriculture training » KOICA starts road repairs in Hlegu tsp » NGO to set up biodiversity nurseries in Magway » Health education books captivate buyers » YCDC to establish four concrete batching plants » Thank heavens – tourists to flock to Myanmar for Jan solar eclipse » British Council accepts member fees in kyats » Germany donates to WFP » Fibreoptic net coming 2010 » Internet radio on the way: Red Link » Lifting team aims to keep up golden run » Football side drawn to face SEA Games host Laos...BUSINESS: Fisheries industry seeks direct Middle East trade » Fish library opens at Kandawgyi Park » Vietnam trade fair coming in Nov » Pun Hlaing Country Club to open Nov 29 » Building materials demand deflated » Bumper gas sales recorded in Aug » CNOOC unveils M-10 test wells » Hydropower agreements signed » SK working dreams come true, for some » YCDC issues stern warning to developers on unpaid tax » NGO to rebuild two Dedaye schools » Substance pummels style
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 21 November 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" November 9 - 15, 2009, Volume 25, No. 496
Date of publication: 15 November 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: We want to improve ties, US envoy says » LIFT to provide $100m aid boost » Winter arrives early » US zoo hatches more Arakan forest turtles » Flights spur Bodhgaya pilgrimages » Researchers uncover ancient ‘monster’ fly » Dry zone water program completed » PM visits Japan for summit » Religious groups main source of blood donations, official says » Group spreads Vipassana meditation » Mayor reiterates bag ban » Local agencies launch Asia outbound packages » Japanese foundation targets Ayeyarwady delta livelihoods » Development increasing, but slowly: UNDP » Women’s football team eyes gold at December SEA Games...BUSINESS: Kahtein decorators keep it simple » CNPC starts construction work on oil terminal » Fisheries delegation to depart for Vietnam study trip in mid-Nov » Myanmar wins two CAEXPO awards » Guidelines drawn up for high-rises » Rice prices retreat both globally and locally » Real estate association proposed » Family house in M’gone
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 21 November 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" November 2 - 8, 2009, Volume 25, No. 495
Date of publication: 08 November 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Plastic bags to be banned as govt acts on pollution » TCG to seek $103m at Bangkok donor conference » Rice association gears up for monastery donations » Playing ‘wait and see’ in Myanmar » Rainfall up in lower Myanmar, below average in central areas » Writer Ni Ko Ye dies of heart attack » Veteran politician optimistic about next year’s general election » Yangon donation group gets creative for Kahtein Thingan » Nippon Foundation donates medical boxes » Lecture held to honour scholar » Hotels announce special packages for newlyweds » FREDA to launch mangrove plantation in wildlife sanctuary » Internet survey: MCIA » Myanmar, Thailand share spoils in challenge series » Kanbawza beat luckless Zayar Shwe...BUSINESS: Commodity prices variable in late October trading » CDMA market booms as NPT opens up » Gold association holds AGM » Jeweller’s new technique leaves lasting impression » Car prices, trading down after Kengtung auction » MBE gets involved in Dedaye » Humble living in Mayangone
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 05 November 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times"October 26 - November 1, 2009, Volume 25, No. 494
Date of publication: 01 November 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: More than 100,000 visitors flock to Yangon ICT expo » ASEAN rights body launched » 3D Fund annual review meeting held » Monument opens MDY store » NGO launches program to reduce child mortality » Fire balloons fill the sky over Taunggyi » More sailors taken hostage » Nurseries to distribute mangroves » New hope for rare bird species » In Yangon, free clinic struggles to fund ART treatment » Reports of tensions exaggerated, says Bangladesh ambassador » Local sailor aboard hijacked vessel » FREDA to build delta cyclone shelters » Conjoined twins well after recent operation » Intern programs gain popularity in IT industry to fill experience gulf » New coach plans to improve U-23 tactics, technique » YBN thumps Okkthar Utd » Australia takes out women’s competition...BUSINESS: UMFCCI trade office in Nanning, China to be complete by year’s end » Prices on the rise for beans and pulses » Mobile phones allowed in NPT » Karting gets green light in Yangon » CAEXPO kicks off in China » Food security a growing challenge, says PM » Relocation car rents down » Thingangyun duplex
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 28 October 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" October 19 - 25, 2009, Volume 25, No. 493
Date of publication: 25 October 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: New lease of life for traditional medicine » Tourist season off to flying start as hotel bookings surge » Myanmar to participate in ITB Asia » MMC Fun Run attracts 400 participants » Hmawbi hosts sangha meeting » Research underway for Myanmar tsunami map » Home for the aged slated for Thanlyin » Indian military chief ends visit » FDA to inspect pharmacies for fraud » Bird and Nature Society to undertake winter survey » JICA donates medicine, equipment » Translated text released to mark Mental Health Day » Elderly need help, welfare experts say » Htwe Oo marionette troupe resumes shows » In Bagan, donors work to save a rare wooden gem » Crowd turns out for ICT Exhibition 2009 » New web portal coming January 1 » Myanmar to take part in equestrian championships » Chess finds favour among blind community » Myanmar goes down fighting in women’s U-16 semi finals...BUSINESS: Local prices stable as gold hits highs internationally » Swine breeder sets green example in using biogas » Jeep makers told to use domestic designs » Sudan FM promotes biz ties » Developers shun costly worker insurance » Bahan living at accessible price
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 23 October 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" October 12 - 18, 2009, Volume 25, No. 492
Date of publication: 18 October 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Daw Suu Kyi meets foreign diplomats » TCG to seek $103m for critical needs » Obama to make APEC appearance on first Asian tour » Kawthoung landslide claims three lives » Wedding reception bookings up, hotels report » Poet Htilar Sitthu dies of liver cancer, aged 78 » In Yangon, US embassy begins engagement process » Aviation institute to hold cabin crew course » ‘Hair bridges’ project raises K200 million » PNO likely to form party » Myanmar to participate in tsunami exercise » YCDC to buy excavators from Japan » MAWFA to continue community development » Workers arrive from Malaysia » Ngwe Saung expands transport options with tuk-tuks » Yangon kids try their hand at mountain biking » Myanmar National League clubs take out sports insurance » Yadanarbon FC to open football academy in 2010 » Thadingyut, a time to honour teachers » Gamers fight it out for hefty prize money » Zayar Shwe Myay stuns Yangon » Myanmar U-16 sides aim high in Yangon » Myanmar confident ahead of U-16 qualifying campaign...BUSINESS: Organic food standards needed: director general » Eel traders prefer watery route » Discussion held on livestock donations » Rent market booms post-Thadingyut » Japanese firms look for Myanmar labour » Traders wait on Kengtong car auction » Festival accessories demand muted: traders » Traditional cake sales flat » Careful pesticide use urged » Fish farm contaminant tests begin » Sales to improve by year’s end » Developers ponder recovery timetable » Hopes rise for new foreign investment in construction » Exclusive golf retreat
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 23 October 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" October 5 - 11, 2009, Volume 25, No. 491
Date of publication: 11 October 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: US hopeful after first talks with Myanmar » Record insurance payout expected » Australian companies defend operations » Govt plans more bridges » Interplast Germany conducts free operations » Mandalay health project underway » Monsoon withdrawal delayed » Phaung Daw Oo magic returns to Inle Lake » Judges reject Suu Kyi appeal » Myanmar PM slams Western sanctions at UN assembly » China marks 60th anniversary » More drug seizures in Shan State: govt » Emergency response treaty nears introduction » Disaster awareness truck tours delta » Dolphin monitoring resumes » Football federation unveils future plans » MFF chief relinquishes Delta United » Yadanarbon sees off southern rivals...BUSINESS: Revenue prospects strong for beans and pulses exports » K5000 note unlikely to change fuel price: YDDF » Commodity prices stable: traders » Trade associations prepare for CAEXPO » Renovations underway at St Mary’s Cathedral » Mobile telephone sales slow » ICT awards push friendly competition » MPT pushes for more local content » Space to spare in Mayangone township
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 11 October 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" September 14 - 20, 2009, Volume 25, No. 488
Date of publication: 20 September 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Crew home after month in limbo » Critically endangered turtles found in Rakhine State » Total rejects report claims » Players caught in agent scam » Tip from China sparked Kokang arms factory raid, says gov’t » Pearls to be sold » An experience of a lifetime » Delta supplied with new livestock » Meditation institute opening soon » China donates trains » Resurgent monsoon causes flooding in coastal areas » Company to produce high voltage switchgear » Airline to add Kunming flights » Bazaar to open in Bagan » Women’s associations donate » MRCS launches new project in delta » First film students ready to graduate » Farmers benefit from project » With two wins, Delta sets the pace in MNL » Boxer Tway Ma Shaung continues five-year unbeaten run...BUSINESS: Villagers use hemp for clothing » Factories told to install capacitor banks » Myanmar gems to go on sale in Thailand » Exhibition showcases electronics » Hydropower projects ‘80pc finished’: govt » MMC touts trade shows » Japanese training brings productivity upswing » Banks association to offer post-grad course » Sales stall as buyers wait for Thadingyut » Property industry experts predict post-2010 upturn » Preservation offers business opportunities, says architect » A bird’s eye view of Bahan
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 22 September 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" September 7 - 13, 2009, Volume 25, No. 487
Date of publication: 13 September 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Mingalar Myanmar to begin disaster risk management program » Monsoon to withdraw by the end of September » Bagan sees growth in tourist visits in August » Flying Tigers member passes away in US » United Nations to help Myanmar achieve Millennium Development Goals » Indonesia donates to Nargis victims » Libraries to get K300m » Government offers amnesty for Kokang troops » To catch listeners, City FM widens net » Singapore donates seismic monitoring equipment » ICRC stresses need for Geneva compliance » Designs wanted for stamp contest » Updated travel directories in the works » Buddhist canon CD-Rom underway » Bank along Twante Canal suffers erosion » Nutrition Month focuses on pregnant women » Buddhist universities play key role in Theravada faith » Teaching to a different tune...BUSINESS: Skilled labour shortage easing, developers say » Fisheries exports below target: DOF » East Asian market boosts garment sales » Geo consultant urges miners to start small » Sugar price up but demand cool » FTA to affect imports, exports » New construction permit applications decreasing: YCDC » Developers seek 2010 extensions for high-rise projects » Kick back and relax in style
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 11 September 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" August 31 - September 6, 2009 Volume 25, No. 486
Date of publication: 06 September 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Starved football fans get taste of MNL action » Reconsider sanctions, say businesses and workers » Webb pushes for change to ‘counterproductive’ US policy » Government bans liquor advertising » Ayravata hopeful ahead of peak season » MEC to contribute to Asia fault map » Road to Mandalay resumes cruises » Four dead in Hlegu factory fire » Trustees announce date for Magwe pagoda festival » First succesful aorta transplant » Japan, Mekong ties important for development: foreign minister » PSRD boss denies online news report » New school opens in Kawhmu » World Humanitarian Day marked » Course fast-tracks doctors for licences » SKorea to provide nuclear training » Locally designed laptops to hit shelves in August...BUSINESS: IT industry seeks ways to cut costs » Seafarers face rough employment climate » Pharmaceutical imports surge to $62 million in first half of 2009 » Second Yangon Expo builds in popularity » Building material prices slide downward » Beans and pulses markets level out » Lakeside house set for renovation » New YCDC measures could change how downtown looks » Property market shows Q2 recovery » Billboard ad rates increased » Large home needing some love
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 05 September 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" August 17 - 23, 2009 Volume 25, No. 484
Date of publication: 23 August 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Wilderness yields 350 new species » Government releases Yettaw » Japan govt helps children in Kokang » Huge quake strikes off Coco Island » Heavy rain floods nine quarters in Bago township: officials » Suu Kyi sentenced to 18 months, Yettaw receives seven years » August designated Nutrition Month » Brewery sponsors hepatitis shots for blood donors » MAI to add flights to Gaya, India » Tigers under siege: Conservationist » Health dept calls for cooperation on A(H1N1) » Buddhist group donates to Metta village » UN urges closer cooperation on World Humanitarian Day » JICA donates pollution monitoring equipment » E-customs site nearly finished...BUSINESS: Architect makes best use of available space » Gold prices up, even with weak demand » More SOEs up for auction » Eel trading association casts funding net » Prepaid cards given longer lifespans » Fertiliser sales remain flat » Garment demand from SK strong » Illegal car auction centres face YCDC pressure » Renovated Hlaing apartment a gem
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 21 August 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" August 10 - 16, 2009 Volume 25, No. 483
Date of publication: 16 August 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Spirits gather at Taungbyone » Buddhist canon preserved on 9500 brass plates » Authorities warn of ‘fake’ eggs in market » More deluges on the way in August » R&D the key to expanded beans and pulses exports » Animal disease agreement reached » French Red Cross donates disaster games » Stimulant tablets seized » SKorean group holds tourism training » New flu case confirmed » Trial proceedings ‘court decision’: police chief » Ministry releases visa-on-arrival guidelines » Driver escapes attack » Weather played role in Thai air crash » Myanmar hotels nominated for awards » Doctor warns against overuse of Tamiflu » UN team organises agriculture training » Sharky’s III: Fine food flavoured by passion » Federation announces next football comp ...BUSINESS: More factories move to Dagon Seikkan zone » Rubber exporters missing out on bounty: MRPPA » Egg prices fixed at K90 » Overseas medical services business picking up steam » Fisheries bodies hold EU training session » Regional fisheries team visits Myanmar to discuss industry » Struth! Eucalyptus to grow along the Ayeyarwady » A house by the lake in Mayangone
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 14 August 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" August 3 - 9, 2009 Volume 25, No. 482
Date of publication: 09 August 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Second Periodic Review released » Storm surge software to increase cyclone preparedness » Yangon endures wet and wild July » Aid agencies optimistic about water supplies » UNICEF rebuilds a child-friendly school in cyclone-affected Myanmar » Earthquake committee to resume Sagaing Fault survey in October » Review shows more funding needed for agriculture and shelter » Japanese NGO provides assistance to delta kids » Thai govt, army donate dental equipment » Ministry bans four palm oil brands » Third land link to Europe from China envisioned » Bangladesh leopard discovery renews hopes for species survival » JPN funds TB centre renovation » Thailand delegation explores tourism promotion options » First hill resort opens in late 2009 » Nepal seeks new air link with Myanmar » Myanmar language search engine arrives » Nine foreign players arrive at Delta United FC for trials » Myanmar to send 25 athletes to Para Games...Prop sales tax rolled over until Aug 2010 » Govt announces huge Yangon property sale » Flooding damages delta’s betel leaf crop » Sugar industry to be ready for AFTA » Hatcheries loom as a must for crab industry » Diamond prices plunge on reduced demand » Salt mills shut down in Pathein » Myanmar team visits CIFA in India » High-end property market swings upward in Q1 » Nice house, no garden in Kamaryut...BUSINESS: Prop sales tax rolled over until Aug 2010 » Govt announces huge Yangon property sale » Flooding damages delta’s betel leaf crop » Sugar industry to be ready for AFTA » Hatcheries loom as a must for crab industry » Diamond prices plunge on reduced demand » Salt mills shut down in Pathein » Myanmar team visits CIFA in India » High-end property market swings upward in Q1 » Nice house, no garden in Kamaryut
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 14 August 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" July 20 - 26, 2009 Volume 25, No. 480
Date of publication: 26 July 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Puppet master moves into hotel shows » Ministers and ASEAN dialogue partners to meet in Phuket » Garment industry expects East Asian orders to grow » Fourth A(H1N1) case confirmed in Yangon » Dyed chili powder banned » 3DF accepts grant proposals » Hpakant landslide victims get help » Danubyu local aces matriculation » Natural ingredients effective against TB, research shows » Reusable bags soar in popularity in Mandalay » Aesthetic and plastic surgery » Hotels benefit from gem emporium » Sales of religious books covered » EU gave $54.5 million to Myanmar in 2008: report » Chiang Mai flights postponed » Monastic schools expand » Mobile directory software launched » Bodybuilder Aung Khine Win struts to Mr Crusher title...BUSINESS: Corn replaces pulses in Muse border trade » Sino-Myanmar trade tipped to rise by 20pc » Rubber demand rises » Instant noodle buyers vote local » Dairy project moves forward in Mandalay » Hlaing Tharyar residents enjoy home serenity » House with status and style in Bahan
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 27 July 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times"July 13 - 19, 2009 Volume 24, No. 479
Date of publication: 19 July 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: El Niño could bring dry weather to Myanmar » Exportable rice to double next year: MRPTA » Ministry tips 1m tourists next year » KOICA volunteers face challenges » Myanmar needs a dash of innovation to find way onto the foodie map » Italy donates hospital equipment worth $155k » Farmers work to grow export-quality mangoes » Dolphin report could lead to false info charges » Solar eclipse to cross Myanmar » Japan funds delta projects » Second case of A(H1N1) confirmed » Indonesian nationals vote in election » Nagaland sites dated to seventh century AD » Agriculture training underway » Hostel under construction at Global Vipassana Pagoda » Computer prices begin to recover » Yadanarbon clinch MNL Cup » After heartbreak, Yangon Utd looks ahead to 2010...BUSINESS: Elevator safety under the spotlight after pagoda mishap » Pearl sale fails to shine » Rice exports go via ‘buffer’ companies » IMF projects stronger 2010 recovery from global recession » CAEXPO secretariat boss visits Myanmar » MNL seeking success, profits » YCDC’s first cement plant nearly done » Wonderland in Thingangyun
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 20 July 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" July 6 - 12, 2009 Volume 24, No 478
Date of publication: 12 July 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Visually impaired impress at chess » Myanmar’s first case of A(H1N1) influenza on road to recovery » Myanmar find challenges ‘missing link’ fossil » Buddhist magazine published » Thailand invokes security act for ASEAN meeting » Charity group donates medicine to elderly » Opium yields, production down in Myanmar in 2008: UNODC » Global crisis affects migrant workers in Asia » Lost veteran finally back in China » Yangon companies offer travel packages to see football matches » Scaffolders take risks to guild pagodas » Mekong countries meet on human trafficking » Thai visa fee exemption extended » Demand low for sports insurance » Foreign tourists find tranquility in Myanmar » English Dhamma course to open » Football the winner in MNL Cup: MFF » Kanbawza end season on high...BUSINESS: In new school year exercise book demand off the charts » Importers urged to ensure adequate A(H1N1) supplies » Hong Kong invites Myanmar to trade fairs » Factories work swiftly to ready for EU visit » MNL hopes for success and profits » Naing to set new condo benchmark » Junction NPT to open soon, with a cinema » A renovation bargain, perhaps
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 13 July 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" June 29 - July 5, 2009 Volume 24, No. 477
Date of publication: 05 July 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Yettaw backed by unnamed organisations: Police chief » KOICA starts dry zone project » Workshop focuses on organic fish growing » Aircraft compensation process underway » Seminar explores trade and tourism ties with Indonesia » Photo contest to promote tourism » Sayadaw videos to air during Lent » Officials look over fence in EU bid » Red Cross helps delta farmers » A(H1N1) influenza alert upgraded » Meeting to boost GCC-ASEAN ties » Non-publishing journals to be closed » Myanmar NGO publishes guide to mangrove forests » Hotels offer deals for low season » Foreign journos to present course » Yadanarbon edge closer to cup glory » Three sides vie for MNL Cup final spots » Injuries, fatigue will hurt us: KBZ coach...BUSINESS: Myanmar team seeks deals at Dubai rice summit in June » Japan trade still rising » Seek direct trade, says Dy Commerce Minister » National League seeks success, and profits » A house as a canvas in Thingangyun tsp
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 13 July 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" June 22 - 28, 2009 Volume 24, No. 476
Date of publication: 28 June 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Mekong River dolphin is nearing extinction: WWF » South Korean ambassador hails ‘new momentum’ in relations » Travel Co reportedly offers visas on arrival » Delta must be weaned from dependency: NGOs » Malaysia Airlines offers ASEAN Pass » Thailand under fire over illegal ivory » Japan donates tide tracking devices » President of Sri Lanka on first Myanmar visit » Rental rates in delta towns falling » Myanmar birds facing extinction » UNICEF hands out Lego toys » Monk provides psychological support to delta » Exclusive breastfeeding best for infants, say experts » Physiotherapy provides jobs for blind » Tourism workshop planned » Sitagu Buddhist academy to expand » Yangon Airways gets new designator code » Pedal-powered purifiers on the way » Grand Royal Challenge Cup future in doubt » Yad’bon, Yangon fight out draw » Myanmar cueists gear up for Laos SEA Games » Aung Myo Naing takes national road crown...BUSINESS: Sakura Auto Auction Centre starts bidding » Mandalay gets new bus line » SKorean officials plan big in Myanmar » Property classifieds add zest to flat biz » India cements pharmaceutical place » Condo apartment (almost) with the lot
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 30 June 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" June 15 - 21, 2009 Volume 24, No. 475
Date of publication: 21 June 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Chin Hills conservation gains momentum » E-commerce the first challenge in ASEAN free trade deal » Singapore minister reopens hospital destroyed by Nargis » Carelessness caused pagoda mishap » Results of matriculation exams posted » Disease control plan to be implemented » DCA probes Sittwe crash » Villagers in Kayin State get free medical treatment » State media slams Thai interference » Strong wind decks houses in Yangon » UMTA holds meeting » Hninzigone to hold nursing course » Woodcutter chomped by croc in Tanintharyi Div » Australia mulls Asia language program » Weather still a major concern in Myanmar » Seminar to focus on Theravada Buddhism » Paungde museum honours charity worker » Govt to roll our CDMA fixed phones as quick fix » Southern shift focus to 2010 » Weightlifters prepare for national championships » Myanmar disappoints at futsal » Delta crash from finals contention...BUSINESS: Education plus material aid for farmers: World Vision » B&P export volumes to rise in 2009-10: govt » China tips Myanmar bilateral trade to increase again » Further training slated for textile workers in August: JETRO » Better living standards equal higher rents in delta » Top floor living a tricky prospect » A taste of the suburban dream?
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 19 June 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" June 8 - 14, 2009 Volume 24, No. 474
Date of publication: 14 June 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Shwe Amyutay prizes announced » S. Korea, ASEAN mark 20 years of dialogue by inking free trade pact » Postponed ASEAN summit scheduled » World-roving Japanese cyclist pedals through Myanmar » Famed science writer, translator Maung Su Shin passes away » Blood bank donations increase » World Vision provides monsoon paddy » U Thant honoured by UN secretary general » NGO sends plants to Ayeyarwady delta » Myanmar doctors weak in research techniques: experts » Gov’t rebuts trial concerns » The Myanmar Times to raise advertising rates » Community conserves wildlife in Natmataung » Domestic airlines brace for monsoon » Foreign worker enclaves mushroom in globalised Singapore » Dengue prevention starts » Tours link Myitkyina with Bagan » We’re targeting mid-table, says U Kyaw Tint » Babo strike secures win for Yadanarbon...BUSINESS: Thai expo inspires fisheries exporters » Japanese private schools accept more local students » Car prices drive up » MES opens mechanical course in June » Sky’s the limit for Singapore gardens » An obsession with white in South Okkalapa
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 16 June 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" June 1 - 7, 2009, Volume 24, No. 473
Date of publication: 07 June 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Cooperation needed in Nargis recovery » Intense rainfall drenches Yangon as monsoon roars into Myanmar » PM to travel to SKorea » Monywa copper mine restarts production » CDMA SIM cards hit the shelves » Agricultural food exhibition scheduled » Shwedagon workers get rules warning » ASEAN journalists tour SKorea » Daw Aung San Suu Kyi testifies » Thawtar Swe library to open » Meditation teacher takes students on Singapore tour for ‘mental development’ » Bagan, Luang Prabang named sister cities » Italy gives more than US$5m to FAO » Tourism boosts Ngwe Saung growth » MNL sets sights on foreign leagues » Okkthar snatch first victory » MNL Cup entrance fees top K33 million » The fans’ verdict: MNL Cup Grand Royal 2009 » KBZ tops table with 1-0 win...BUSINESS: Billboard ad revenue rises one-third » Customers wary of pork products » Fertiliser deal with Israeli company voided » Loi Hein seeks investors » Workers look to Brunei for opportunities » Gold price increase » Myanmar-Korea trade to rise » CAEXPO 2009 adds agro-based products » Expert surveys foodstuff industry » Family fare in Mayangone
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 08 June 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" May 25 - 31, 2009, Volume 24, No. 472
Date of publication: 31 May 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Training centre opens for seamen » MMC reviews challenges for tourism » Footballers from abroad at home in Myanmar » Thailand to legalise Myanmar workers » A green partnership for the future » Diplomats attend Daw Suu Kyi trial » Driver evaluations reduce accident rate » Buddhist groups help students, farmers » Dhamma library to be established in Yangon » Design school opens new courses » Bay could see small storm » Nay Pyi Taw garden project enters phase three » Malikha Lodge plans expansion » Photo contest organised » Red Cross holds support training...BUSINESS: South Korean imports bounce back » Mandalay thrives as business city » Seafood fed to increase economic integration » Hotels vie for efficient building award » Prop market exhibits signs of a recovery » A home in the suburbs
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 27 May 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" May 18 - 24, 2009, Volume 24, No. 471
Date of publication: 24 May 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: NPT school accepts more students » Mandalay marks 150th birthday » Bangladesh FM visits Myanmar » Second Periodic Review underway » Mangrove planting project starts in Meinmahla Kyun » Cyclone prep book published » Asaenapol HQ set up in Malaysia » Japanese speech contest » Updated Myanmar guidebook published » Thai travel mart draws Myanmar representatives » Tours link Shanghai, Yangon » MPS holds camera sale, training course » Police nab suspects » Language conference scheduled » Private companies rebuild schools in Bogale » Women cut hair for bridges » Cyclone victims remembered at Nargis photograph exhibition » MFA joins international garden group » Myanmar’s first call centre services to launch soon » Mobile mail coming to a phone near you » Yangon open cup account with 4-0 win » MNL clubs snap up coaches as players prepare for kick off » Myanmar’s top athletes in 2008 honoured...BUSINESS: Warehouse rents rise as rains come » Importers urged to stock up on flu-fighting equipment » MRTV-4 rings changes » Extranet service coming ‘soon’ » Food Exhibition Fair set for late June » Local businessmen to attend meets in SKorea and Turkey » Home building material prices generally down » Colonial on the outside, nothing but Asia on the interior
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 22 May 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" April 6-May 4 2009 Volume 24, Nos. 465, 466, 467, 468
Date of publication: May 2009
Description/subject: These issues were not published online (or in paper form?)
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Date of entry/update: 14 May 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" March 30-April 5 2009 Volume 24, No. 464
Date of publication: 05 April 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Wells to ease water burden » Thai FM, gov’t in ‘fruitful’ dialogue » FDA expands investigation into contaminated pickled tea » Internet crawl to continue to April 1: MPT » US official visits Nay Pyi Taw » NGOs strengthen educational efforts in Ayeyarwady delta » Myanmar delegation attends World Buddhist Forum » S’pore sees Asia rights compromise » Historic crash site found near Myanmar » ASEAN restructures secretariat » Malaysian pilot school offers place for Myanmar students » Singapore study loses its appeal » Hotels add facilities to draw visitors » Puppets appease pagoda guardians » Expert warns about rabies » MTT offers fast service for delta travel...BUSINESS: Mandalay pickled tea sales sour after government bans » Indonesia names three ports in bid to boost trade » Foreign trade breaks $11b barrier before end of fiscal year » Translator software and website launched » Gem sales earn Myanmar $191 million » ASEAN energy meeting slated for Mandalay » St Anthony’s continues to draw its flock 140 years on » A flawed penthouse apartment in Mingalar Taung Nyunt tsp [THIS ISSUE WAS PLACED ONLINE BUT SUBSEQUENTLY DISAPPEARED, AND IS "NOT FOUND" AS OF 24 FEBRUARY 2011]
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 21 April 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" March 23-29, 2009 Volume 24, No. 463
Date of publication: 29 March 2009
Description/subject: This issue was not published online (or in paper form?)
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Date of entry/update: 14 May 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" March 2 - 8 , 2009 Volume 23, No. 460
Date of publication: 08 March 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Pa-O gather at colourful Kekku festival » ASEAN plans for emergency credit line » Global Fund considers return to Myanmar » Dry weather brings upsurge in outbreaks of fire in Myanmar » NGOs tackle disability in the delta » Success of ASEAN ‘up to the people’: Surin » Sitagu meeting starts this week » New regulations for filmmaking announced » Orchid survey planned » New pagoda opens in Nay Pyi Taw » Myanmar, Thailand promote pilgrimage tourism » Special events boost NPT hotels » Japanese photographer focuses on nature’s beauty in Myanmar ...BUSINESS: Production of dried fish falls sharply » Oil prices push prospectors to seek more lucrative fields » YCDC auctions billboard rentals » Cheap oil imports leave local producers in slippery spot » MFF and MFFA seek more accurate statistics » Attractive apartment in Kamaryut
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 07 March 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" February 23 - March 1, 2009 Volume 23, No. 459
Date of publication: 01 March 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: UN encourages Myanmar on 2010 elections » TCG unveils three-year plan to rebuild livelihoods in delta » Myanmar travel Asia in search of healthcare » Tourist arrivals at Shwedagon down by 40pc » Winners of Thuta-Swesone Literary Awards announced » Shwedagon donation box rumours denied » Myanmar plays key role in ASEAN-India relations » Community development project launched » Animal rearing, mushroom growing projects aimed at reducing poverty » Vets revisit battlefield at Kunlong » Abhidhamma school seeks English-language students » Local IT firms look for positives...BUSINESS: Govt to establish commodity trading firms » Sakura Group reports mixed earnings » Thailand pushes for new border trade points » ICT Exhibition » Lions Club helps rebuild Thee Gone school » Cambodia’s Monument toy shop opens Yangon branch
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 28 February 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" February 16 - 22, 2009 Volume 23, No. 458
Date of publication: 22 February 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: UN encourages Myanmar on 2010 elections » TCG unveils three-year plan to rebuild livelihoods in delta » Myanmar travel Asia in search of healthcare » Tourist arrivals at Shwedagon down by 40pc » Winners of Thuta-Swesone Literary Awards announced » Shwedagon donation box rumours denied » Myanmar plays key role in ASEAN-India relations » Community development project launched » Animal rearing, mushroom growing projects aimed at reducing poverty » Vets revisit battlefield at Kunlong » Abhidhamma school seeks English-language students » Local IT firms look for positives.....BUSINESS: Govt to establish commodity trading firms » Sakura Group reports mixed earnings » Thailand pushes for new border trade points » ICT Exhibition » Lions Club helps rebuild Thee Gone school » Cambodia’s Monument toy shop opens Yangon branch
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 17 February 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times" February 9 - 15, 2009 Volume 23, No. 457
Date of publication: 15 February 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Taungoo offers pleasant surprises » On track for elections, but lift sanctions: PM » Male artists sweep 2007 Academy Awards » Indian VP visits for talks on strengthening cooperation » Health centres open on Myeik islands » Food output on rise, says report » New hotel underway in Putao » MMC prepares for ITB Berlin » JICA opens agricultural training in Yangon » Ngapali hotels woo guests with package deals...BUSINESS: Experts push for assistance to paddy farmers » Israeli agricultural expert urges Myanmar to go organic » Beans and pulses prices making a comeback after crisis » Slim pickings for rice exporters » Cement prices plunge on reduced demand » YCDC buys brick factory » Thai commerce body to hold courses in Yangon » New school opens in Ah Char Lay village » Home owners cutting back on decoration costs » Purpose hides behind the facade
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 11 February 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times", February 2 - 8, 2009 Volume 23, No. 456
Date of publication: 08 February 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: NGOs and businesses forge new bonds of trust in relief work » Delta agricultural sector in ‘critical need’ of funding: UN » Woodcrafts exhibit to open this month » Local director wins int’l film award » Shwedagon to host Tabodwe rice festival » Japan gives $2m to FAO for Nargis aid » Mandalay hosts MMC cultural fair » Markets warned not to sell contaminated food » Doctors warn against middle ear infections » Experts say safety checks critical » DOF to stem lobster depletion » Dry Zone towns get improved water supplies » HIV/AIDS network assesses 2008 work » Sun eclipsed … barely » Rubber training starts » Nearly K12m donated to Sitagu hospital » Local puppet troupe performs in Japan » Nay Pyi Taw hosts landmark garden » Cash-for-work road opens in Twante » Ngwe Saung makes plans to lure visitors » News Briefs...BUSINESS: Onion supply drops off as prices remain low » Exec-level hirings defy world climate » ‘Traders won’t buy if they are going to lose’, says Indian trade boss » Work begins on Yadanabon City project » Office rental market remains level » Housing department to auction houses, land in coming weeks » Dull exterior hides a well-executed house
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 04 February 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times", January 26 - February 1, 2009 Volume 23, No. 455
Date of publication: 01 February 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Nargis dominates disaster toll: UN » ASEAN aims to establish regional monetary fund » ASEAN gets praise for Nargis role » Myanmar rings in the Year of the Ox » Eight local NGOs get grants from 3DF » Donations flow for Mumbai pagoda » Monks get missionary training » Yangon Photo Festival » Men survive 25 days in floating icebox » Blind students open computer servicing centre in Yangon » Japan provides grant for monastic schools » Mandalay workers uncover WWII bomb » Myanmar gets high rating at ATF 2009 » Sitagu hosts Buddhist summit » MAKE YOUR MOVE: » Bogale benefits from World Vision donation » Travel guide puts Yangon’s cathedrals on tourism trail » ILBC fair focuses on saving power » New internet line: MPT » Falopa shocked by MFF snub » Commerce crush MoD ...BUSINESS: Industrial sector under pressure » Myanmar-Bangladesh border trade surges » Remittances to drop » Stormy seas predicted for Asian seafarers » Developers target top locations as safest bets in tough times » Build to suit local conditions, says Geoscience Society » Refreshingly different in Bahan township
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 30 January 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times", January 19 - 25, 2009 Volume 23, No. 454
Date of publication: 25 January 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: First talks held with new Thai government » Tourism arrivals on the up » Pilot courses offered » MAI gives free tickets » Polio vaccination campaign underway » MFF plans anniversary bash » Kandawgyi expands facilities » Govt ups attempts to collect booze taxes » Malaysian officials questioned over link to human trafficking » Journey from Yangon to Haifa » RoboCup coming to Singapore » Astrologer sees second term for Obama » Health officials warn of food-borne disease » Gov't to plant mangroves » Hmawbi event attracts cycling enthusiasts » Students encouraged to study in S'pore » Pilgrimage trips to Mumbai planned » MPT in talks for private ISPs » Bagan attracts sunset watchers » Company offers Myeik golf tours » Kanbawza sidetracks Railways in 1-0 yawnfest » Cycling fed announces 380-mile road race.....BUSINESS: Myanmar targets new markets in Middle East » Fisheries prepares for EU standards » Gas and oil pipelines to start in ‘09 » Agricultural seminar » YCDC to dish out lifetime bans to repeat offenders » Mercy Malaysia to rebuild Dedaye's healthcare facilities » Labutta cyclone shelters underway » Mayangone apartments rooms with a view
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 24 January 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times", January 12 - 18, 2009 Volume 23, No. 453
Date of publication: 18 January 2009
Description/subject: NEWS TOPICS: Historic trade lifeline revived » Polio campaign targets 7.4m Myanmar children » Wireless network to be expanded » Bagan pagoda provides endless vistas » Tourism dives 25pc in 2008 » ASEAN summit changes date and venue yet again » Foreign Buddhist association funds delta housing project » Tourism needs more support: experts » First geosciences journal published » More agro-trainees bound for Israel » Nearly 200 foreigners on boat found in Indonesian waters » Psychosocial training provided » IWT recovers from challenges » Mandalay preps for fire season » Entries wanted for MPS photo contest » Basketball federation looks to ‘streetball’ for new talent » Yam cultivation grows in Chin State » Prepaid wireless cards to be out soon...BUSINESS: Alleged beans and pulses cartel under investigation » Leather prices fall as exports vanish » Fisheries exports gutted » MFF papers to be read in January » Fishery sector struggling to recover from Nargis » Experts predict strong rentals for 2009 » Business Briefs » Avoiding the tall poppy syndrome
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 17 January 2009


Title: "The Myanmar Times", Volume 23, Nos.451 & 452 -- Not available online
Date of publication: January 2009
Description/subject: , Volume 23, Nos. 51 & 52 -- Not (yet?)available online
Source/publisher: Myanmar Consolidated Media Co. Ltd
Date of entry/update: 17 January 2009