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Since signing ceasefire and peace agreements with successive Burmese Governments, armed ethnic groups have been able to create a number of business opportunities in the country. As part of the first ceasefire processesthat began in the late eighties/early nineties, armed ethnic groups were able to become legally involved in logging, mining, import and export, transportation, and a number of other businesses.


Statement (A condensed version)

(A condensed version)

Restoration Council of Shan State/Shan State Army (RCSS/SSA) issues statement:

a.    The 9-23 June trip to Naypyitaw where Chairman Sao Yawdserk met President Thein Sein was a major step in the forging of peace

SES reaches into Myanmar with two new trade shows

Singapore Exhibition Services will debut two trade exhibitions in Yangon, Myanmar next year.

To be held at the Myanmar Convention Centre from October 15 to 17, the biennial Oil & Gas Myanmar 2014 (OGM 2014) will be a comprehensive showcase for petroleum geosciences, exploration and production and refining products and services. The event will bring together industry professionals and experts from independent, international and national oil and gas companies to share with visitors the issues and challenges facing the industry, the latest technologies and solutions available, as well as present opportunities to enhance business networks and collaboration.

Kachin Community (Singapore)'s Announcement

We, the Kachin community in Singapore, appreciate an invitation from the Myanmar Club (Singapore) and other Myanmar communities as they organize an event in which Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, Chairperson of the National League for Democracy, will be giving a speech to Myanmar nationals during her trip to Singapore.

Myanmar seeking to manage media

Liberalised private media accused of stoking ethnic fears

Published on Sep 06, 2013

By Nirmal Ghosh Indochina Bureau Chief In Bangkok

NOT too long ago in the office of Myanmar's media censor, a young military officer crumpled up a newspaper article by a noted Myanmar writer and, dropping it on to the floor, used a golf putter to send it across the room.

Graduate Seminar "Understanding the Changing Dynamics of China-Myanmar Relations"

Graduate Seminar

by Dr. Enze Han, Department of Politics and International Studies, SOAS, University of London

6 September 2013, 13.30-15.30 hrs, RCSD Study room, 2nd floor, Faculty of Social Sciences, Chiang Mai University

Statement by the Burma Rivers Network

September 3, 2013

Burma Rivers Network welcomes India’s cancellation of Tamanthi Dam, urges China and Thailand to take similar environmental responsibility

Myanmar tightened security measures for tourists

Reinhard Hohler, Chiang Mai (29.08.2013)

According to media news from Myanmar, police has tightened security measures to prevent terrorist attacks on foreign tourists visiting the country especially at popular sites.

Myanmar widened its doors to foreign tourists

Reinhard Hohler, Chiang Mai (29.08.2013)

According to the latest news of Bangkok Post, Myanmar has allowed foreigners holding its visas to freely choose to travel to the country via any of its six entry channels.

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