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South Korea’s Daewoo Bus to assemble in Myanmar

YANGON — South Korea’s Zyle Daewoo Commercial Vehicle will build buses in Myanmar, a country where most vehicles on the roads are pre-owned and imported, through a joint venture with a local company. Zyle Daewoo, also known as Daewoo Bus, owns 25% of the $5 million venture while Myanmar Trade Center controls 75%. The venture is expected to start operations … Continue reading

Myanmar Online company re-registration to kick off on August 1

Submitted by Eleven on Thu, 07/26/2018 – 10:06 Writer: Zeyar Nyein As from August 1, all companies in Myanmar will have to carry out re-registration via online, said Aung Naing Oo, Secretary of Myanmar Investment Commission. “Companies whose licenses have expired can carry out re-re-registration. But these companies need to pay Ks-250,000 for registration as … Continue reading

Korean Resume Form

If you are an ASEAN student who seek a job in Korea after graduation, Continue reading

Samsung plans to build facilities in Myanmar

By Kim Jae-kyoung Korea Times Samsung Electronics has scrapped its plans to build a production base for smartphones or home appliances in Myanmar due to an unfavorable administrative environment as well as lingering political uncertainties. The world’s leading smartphone manufacturer, which has three production facilities in Vietnam, has been considering building another plant in Myanmar … Continue reading

Myanmar greenlights LNG-power plant plans

Myanmar will need 6,000 MW of energy to function efficiently by 2020-2021, says Ministry of Electricity and Energy. YANGON, Myanmar Myanmar’s government has given the go-ahead on Wednesday to French energy giant Total and other companies to build proposed power plants as the country faces insufficiencies in electricity. As the economy expands since the once-isolated … Continue reading

Myanmar to introduce online trading system on Yangon Stock Exchange

YANGON, Jan. 3 (Xinhua) — Myanmar will soon introduce online trading system on Yangon Stock Exchange (YSX) this month, the official Global New Light of Myanmar reported Wednesday. The project aims to attract more investors in the country’s stock market as well as to promote stock trading value. At present, four listed companies — First … Continue reading