Govt to offer incentives to port investors

Authorities are seeking approval from Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak for a new benefit-sharing arrangement between state and private sectors to give four river and sea ports shunned by investors a new lease on life.Keep reading ...

Myanmar opts for domestic power generation despite neighbours’ offers

Plans are underway to generate electricity from local power plants even though some neighboring countries – China, Thailand, Laos and India – have offered to sell their electricity to Myanmar, Deputy Permanent Secretary U Myint Soe of the Ministry of Electricity and Energy (MOEE) told ...

Đà Nẵng lists 68 PPP projects for investment

The central city has listed 68 Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) projects, of which 22 in High-Tech industries, for calling investment from domestic and foreign businesses in 2017-20.Keep reading ...

Fast train linking 3 airports awaits bids

The latest feasibility study on building a high-speed train to link the three airports of Don Mueang, Suvarnabhumi and U-tapao in nearby Rayong province has been completed. The 280-billion-baht project is due to open for bidding later this year or in early 2018.Keep reading ...

Cà Mau wants to build $3.5 billion seaport

Southernmost Cà Mau Province is seeking investment to develop a US$3.5 billion seaport complex, which can receive vessels of up to 250,000 tonnes capacity, on Hòn Khoai Island.Keep reading ...

Investment welcomed for Lao tourism site development

Laos has huge potential in developing tourism sites, with a number of incentives introduced to boost investment in the sector. Deputy Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism Mr Ounethouang Khaophanh said investors were welcome to invest in developing and operating tourism sites in line with ...

Lack of accountability and clarity in SEZ Law highlighted in Dawei

An inadequate legal framework, poor implementation process, absence of accountabilities and the lack of transparency lead to violations of human rights and environmental disruption in Myanmar’s Special Economic Zones, speakers at the Myanmar Special Economic Zones Forum highlighted.Read more ...

Quảng Ngãi attracts projects worth $2.81b in H1

Dung Quất Economic Zone and industrial zones in Quảng Ngãi Province attracted eight projects worth US$2.81 billion in the first half of this year, according to the provincial People’s Committee. Keep reading ...

All EEC infrastructure plans get nod

The much-touted Eastern Economic Corridor is moving a crucial step forward after all key infrastructure development projects yesterday received the nod from the EEC policy committee chaired by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha. According to Kanit Sangsubhan, secretary-general of EEC Office, the committee yesterday approved an additional ...

State capital and major city in Chin State embrace industrial zones

Industrial zones will be built in two major cities in Chin State – Hakha and Paletwa, and local and foreign investment will be welcome, according to a state minister. U Salai I Thakin, Chin state minister for electricity, industry and road transportation, told The Myanmar Times ...

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