Beijing has maintained a relationship with Naypyidaw after last year’s coup, highlighted by Foreign Minister Wang Yi meeting counterpart U Wunna Maung Lwin in April. Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Beijing has maintained a relationship with Naypyidaw after last year’s coup, highlighted by Foreign Minister Wang Yi meeting counterpart U Wunna Maung Lwin in April. Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Chinese firms warned over ‘vulnerable’ overseas projects after Myanmar military junta cancels tenders, blacklists

  • Myanmar’s military regime is reported to have cancelled tenders relating to 26 solar power projects, the majority of which involved Chinese investment
  • Firms have been blacklisted for ‘breaching tender regulations’ after 29 tenders were invited under the now-ousted National League for Democracy government in 2020

Beijing has maintained a relationship with Naypyidaw after last year’s coup, highlighted by Foreign Minister Wang Yi meeting counterpart U Wunna Maung Lwin in April. Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Beijing has maintained a relationship with Naypyidaw after last year’s coup, highlighted by Foreign Minister Wang Yi meeting counterpart U Wunna Maung Lwin in April. Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs
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