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  1. News - Asia - MYANMAR

    International aid agencies lining the pockets of corrupt elite in Myanmar

    Posted Nov 13th 2014, 04:14am by AP

    ... a half-century of iron-fisted rule and self-imposed isolation. With almost all property in the biggest city, Yangon, owned by former and current generals and their cronies, much of which was seized ... in Myanmar at more than US$1 billion, described the property debate as one of the "struggles of transition". The EU operation occupies 2-1/2 floors in the Hledan Centre, a building owned ...

  2. News - Asia - MYANMAR

    Myanmar president rejects religious extremism

    Posted Mar 28th 2013, 09:00pm by AFP

    ... to solve problems. However, I will not hesitate to use force as a last resort to protect the lives and safeguard the property of general public,” the former general added. All perpetrators of violence will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law “All perpetrators of violence will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law,” he said, according to an official translation. ...

  3. News - Asia - MYANMAR

    Myanmar jails seven Muslims for up to 28 years over riots

    Posted May 21st 2013, 04:30pm by Agence France-Presse in Yangon

    ... the region, mostly targeting Muslims. The suspects were jailed on charges including murder, incitement to murder, arson and damage to public property, Mandalay region advocate general Ye Aung Myint ... in Meiktila, but Ye Aung Myint insisted that both sides were being treated equally. “We are sentencing people according to the law based on evidence presented at trial. We have no bias at all based ...

  4. News - Asia - MYANMAR

    Myanmar gets its first investment bank

    Posted Oct 02nd 2012, 03:54pm by Associated Press in Yangon

    ... a licence. There is not even a provision for an investment bank in Myanmar’s existing financial services law, according to Sean Turnell, an economist at Australia’s Macquarie University. A much debated foreign investment law was recently sent back to Parliament for further modification. Such deficiencies scare off some people, particularly Westerners who tend to seek safety in the letter ...



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