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    Senior U.S. lawmaker: Myanmar must reform before more sanctions easing WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Jade and rubies from Myanmar will remain banned from the United States unless the Asian nation moves to e ...

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  • Key senator urges Myanmar to reform constitution

    Key senator urges Myanmar to reform constitution WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen. Mitch McConnell issued a strong call Thursday for Myanmar to amend its constitution to allow opposition leader Aung San Suu Ky ...

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  • Myanmar Legislature Considers Proportional Representation

    Myanmar Legislature Considers Proportional Representation YANGON — The lower house of parliament in Myanmar, also known as Burma, has agreed to discuss a controversial proposal to switch to propor ...

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  • Troubled Myanmar state invites aid groups to return

    Troubled Myanmar state invites aid groups to return They also specifically invited back the humanitarian agency Doctors Without Borders, which had been kicked out in February after it publicized ca ...

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  • Myanmar house to discuss proportional representation system

    Myanmar house to discuss proportional representation system Myanmar's House of Representatives or lower house of parliament has decided to discuss application of proportional representation (PR) sy ...

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  • CIMB eyes banking licences in Vietnam, Myanmar

    CIMB eyes banking licences in Vietnam, Myanmar BANGKOK: CIMB Group Holdings Bhd, Malaysia’s second-largest lender, plans to seek banking licences in Vietnam and Myanmar, as part of its drive ...

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  • BIDV nears approval to enter Myanmar market

    BIDV nears approval to enter Myanmar market HA NOI (VNS)  — The Vietnamese Bank for Investment and Development (BIDV) will be licensed to operate in Myanmar in the near future, ...

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  • Troubled Myanmar state invites back aid groups

    Troubled Myanmar state invites back aid groups YANGON, Myanmar (AP) -- Authorities in Myanmar's Rakhine state have said international aid organizations are welcome to return to the area they left in ...

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YANGON, Myanmar — Authorities in Myanmar's Rakhine state said international aid organizations are welcome to return to the area they left in April because Buddhist mobs disrupted their work helping displaced Rohingya Muslims. They specifically invited …
WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Mitch McConnell issued a strong call Thursday for Myanmar to amend its constitution to allow opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi to run for president and for the military to submit to civilian rule. The Senate's Republican leader …
Senate Minority Leader McConnell (R-KY) listens to members of the Republican Senate leadership after the Republican caucus meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington (JOSHUA ROBERTS,, REUTERS / July 24, 2014) By Patricia Zengerle Reuters 6:53 p.m. EDT, July 24 …
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen. Mitch McConnell has issued a strong call for Myanmar to amend its constitution to allow opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi (ahng sahn soo chee) to run for president and for the military to submit to civilian rule. The leader of …
YANGON — The lower house of parliament in Myanmar, also known as Burma, has agreed to discuss a controversial proposal to switch to proportional representation for future elections. The proportional representation system was first proposed by the National …
AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE YANGON: Myanmar today invited Doctors Without Borders (MSF) to resume work in Rakhine state, which is gripped by a severe health crisis nearly five months after the medical aid group was ejected from the region. The ministry of health …
YANGON:  Myanmar yesterday invited Doctors Without Borders (MSF) to resume work in Rakhine state, which is gripped by a severe health crisis nearly five months after the medical aid group was ejected from the region. The ministry of health has requested …
They also specifically invited back the humanitarian agency Doctors Without Borders, which had been kicked out in February after it publicized casualties suffered by Rohingyas, allegedly at the hands of a Buddhist mob. A state government announcement in …
Myanmar's House of Representatives or lower house of parliament has decided to discuss application of proportional representation (PR) system to elect parliament representatives in the next general election in 2015, parliament sources said Thursday. …
BANGKOK: CIMB Group Holdings Bhd, Malaysia’s second-largest lender, plans to seek banking licences in Vietnam and Myanmar, as part of its drive to expand in fast-growing Southeast Asian markets. CIMB, Southeast Asia’s fifth-largest bank by assets, is also …
INN DIN Myanmar (Reuters) - Visitors to the medical facility in one of Myanmar's poorest and most remote regions are greeted by a padlocked gate and a sign reading: "Clinic closed until further notice." A vehicle that used to ferry around …
Damco Starts Up Warehouse, CFS Operation in Myanmar By: Damco July 24, 2014 Covering 4,000 square meters, the facility is compliant with the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) initiative. Located within 15 kilometers from Yangon ports …
Qatar-based operator Ooredoo confirmed it will launch its new mobile network in Myanmar in the third quarter, in Mandalay, Nay Pyi Taw and Yangon. The company said it had already tested cross-network calls with the other new operator Telenor, and agreed a …
BIDV nears approval to enter Myanmar market HA NOI (VNS)  — The Vietnamese Bank for Investment and Development (BIDV) will be licensed to operate in Myanmar in the near future, the Myanmar media has reported. It will be among 25 international banks …
YANGON, Myanmar (AP) -- Authorities in Myanmar's Rakhine state say international aid organizations are welcome to return to the area they left in April after Buddhist mobs disrupted their work helping displaced Rohingya Muslims. A state government …
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