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Update: Tue, Jan 17 2017    

In a first, Myanmar's largest city launches bus network impacting millions

Myanmar launched a new public transport system in its largest city on Monday, for the first time introducing regular bus lines, timetables and salaries for drivers in a move that could transform the lives of some five million Yangon city dwellers. The reform is the largest public-facing project with immediate impact on the city where country leader Aung San Suu Kyi won big in historic 2015 election, and a major test for her ability to meet the sky-high expectations of the public.



Myanmar Food: MiTA Myanmar Food Exhibition and Investment Conference in Yangon @ YgTF, 24-26 Feb 2017

Myanmar Food Exhibition 2017 will be organized by MiTA during 24-26 Feb in Yangon; the leading International "Food Expo in Myanmar" MiTA Myanmar Food Exhibition @ Yangon GREAT Trade Fair, YgTF 2017 will be very good platform for trade & investment in Fisheries, Agriculture & Food Processing Industries in Myanmar. YANGON & WASHINGTON DC, MYANMAR & USA, January 16, 2017 / EINPresswire.com / -- Myanmar Food Exhibition , Myanmar Agriculture Exhibition , Myanmar Fisheries Exhibition , "Myanmar Fisheries, Agriculture & Food Processing" : Trade and Investment MYANMAR FOOD EXHIBITION & CONFERENCE, 24-26Feb2017 @ Tatmadaw Hall, Yangon Organizer: MiTA MiTA MYANMAR @ ISBC is preferred partner for "Business in Myanmar" since 2011.



Myanmar Muslims hope UN envoy's visit will bring change

In this Dec. 2, 2016 file photo, Rohingya from Myanmar watch a television program about them being shown on a mobile phone inside a tea stall at an unregistered refugee camp in Teknaf, near Cox's Bazar, a southern coastal district about, 296 kilometers south of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Muslim villagers in western Myanmar's troubled Rakhine state said Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017, that they hope positive change will result from a U.N. envoy's visit to the region, where soldiers are accused of widespread abuses against minority Muslims, including murder, rape and the burning of thousands of homes.



Myanmar Muslims hope UN envoy's visit will bring change

In this July 1, 2016 file photo, Yanghee Lee, U.N. special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar, speaks during a media conference in Yangon, Myanmar. Muslim villagers in western Myanmar's troubled Rakhine state said Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017, that they hope positive change will result from Lee's visit to the region, where soldiers are accused of widespread abuses against minority Muslims, including murder, rape and the burning of thousands of homes.



Myanmar Muslims hope UN envoy's visit will bring change

In this Dec. 2, 2016 file photo, Rohingya from Myanmar watch a television program about them being shown on a mobile phone inside a tea stall at an unregistered refugee camp in Teknaf, near Cox's Bazar, a southern coastal district about, 296 kilometers south of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Muslim villagers in western Myanmar's troubled Rakhine state said Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017, that they hope positive change will result from a U.N. envoy's visit to the region, where soldiers are accused of widespread abuses against minority Muslims, including murder, rape and the burning of thousands of homes.



Local Start-Ups Strive to Stand Out

"Our gifts shout your brand loud and make it visible," said Ma May Mon Thu, founder of the Burmese start-up Mamper, which provides promotional materials. The Mamper team won a young start-up award given by State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi at the country's first entrepreneurship summit in October.



Leadership change looms for armed group key to Myanmar's peace process

Myanmar's strongest ethnic armed group is set for its biggest leadership shake-up in a quarter century, senior sources told Reuters, raising the prospect of a period of instability in a group that is key to Aung San Suu Kyi's signature peace process. United Wa State Army soldier holds a weapon as he marches during a festival in a village outside Pansang, Wa territory in northeast Myanmar October 3, 2016.



MYANMAR - RUSSIA Trade and Investment News: Myanmar Trade Fairs in...

RUSSIA Trade and Investment News: Myanmar Trade Fairs in Yangon by MiTA, 24-26 Feb and 23-25 June 2017 MiTA Myanmar Expos & Conferences are very good platforms for initiating and expanding trade & investment in Myanmar; organizer: MiTA "Myanmar Market Partner" YANGON & WASHINGTON DC, MYANMAR & USA, January 15, 2017 / EINPresswire.com / -- Myanmar-Russia Trade , Russian Export to Myanmar , Russian Investment in Myanmar , Myanmar-Russia Investment News: RUSSIAN TRADE & INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN MYANMAR "Russian Export to Myanmar" - The outlook for "Myanmar Market" looks good; with continued democratic and economic progress in Myanmar, each coming year looks brighter and Myanmar market shows high potential.



Dateline Irrawaddy: 'The Politics of Young People Today Is About...

Ye Ni: Welcome to Dateline Irrawaddy! Our topic this week is the politics of the country and the role of youth. Ko Aung Ko Ko of Pegu Youth Network and Ko Htet Paing Soe of the work committee to draft Myanmar youth policy will join me for the discussion.



Kachin IDPs Return to Camps After Being Denied Entry at Chinese Border

More than 4,000 Kachin IDPs returned to Zai Awng, Magayang and Hkau Shau camps after China denied them entry at the border, according to the Joint Strategy Team supporting the internally displaced people. "China is a big nation.



'Where the Land and Water End' Exhibition

The floor of a grand but forgotten spiral staircase in a corner of Rangoon's Secretariat office complex has been transformed with a large square of bright yellow pollen. Painstakingly collected by hand, the yellow powder stands out among the building's faded paint, rusting steel, and weathered stone.



Govt Tackles Elephantiasis

The Burmese government will dispense anti-worm medicine to 30 million people nationwide as part of a large-scale elephantiasis eradication campaign. The campaign is set to begin on Jan. 20 and will be carried out in 193 towns in 36 districts at an estimated cost of 193 million kyats .



UN human rights envoy visits troubled Myanmar state

The U.N. human rights envoy for Myanmar arrived Friday in tense Rakhine state, where soldiers are accused of widespread abuse of members of the Muslim ethnic Rohingya minority, including torture, rape and killing of civilians and the burning of thousands of homes. U.N. rapporteur Yanghee Lee began a three-day visit to western Myanmar to probe the situation in northern Rakhine, where an army crackdown has driven an estimated 65,000 people to flee across the border to Bangladesh in the past three months.



Two Civilians Killed by Artillery Strike in Namhsan

Two people were killed and eight were wounded when an artillery shell landed on a civilian house in Namhsan Township, Shan State on Thursday morning, according to local sources. One of the dead was an eight-year-old student who lived in the house, and the other was a dance instructor who had traveled from Mandalay to teach.



Burmese 'stopped from seeking shelter' in China: NGO

Kachin State has been beset by a conflict since 2011 and thousands have fled to China in recent weeks [AP] Around 4,000 Burmese civilians have been stopped from seeking shelter in neighbouring China by Chinese soldiers after they attempted to flee local fighting, a non-governmental organisation said. The incident occurred in the country's northern Kachin State on Wednesday, where fighting between the Burmese military and an ethnic armed group has displaced 23,000 people since the outbreak of the conflict several weeks ago, campaign group Fortify Rights said.



NCA Signatories Plan to Meet State Counselor, Burma Army Chief

A coalition of eight armed groups who signed the nationwide ceasefire agreement have requested a meeting with the State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and army chief Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing to find solutions to ongoing armed conflict in Shan and Kachin states and to the country's stunted peace process. The eight groups' combined Peace Process Steering Team held an urgent two-day meeting from Jan. 10-11 in Lay Wah, Karen State and decided that its five representatives-led by Pado Saw Mutu Say Poe of the Karen National Union -would meet with Burma's top decision makers as soon as possible.



MYANMAR-ITALY Trade and Investment News: Myanmar Trade Fairs in...

ITALY Trade and Investment News: Myanmar Trade Fairs in Yangon by MiTA, 24-26 Feb & 23-25 June 2017 MYANMAR ITALY Export, Import & Investment News: Yangon GREAT Trade Fair - Oil&Gas, Energy, Mining, Real Estate, Construction, Pharmaceuticals, Beauty-Cosmetics.