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By Kiyan / January 24, 2020

The Rise Of Gay Within Myanmar

Friday marked 50 years since protesters fought back against a police raid of New York's Stonewall Inn and catalyzed the modern gay rights movement. But despite decades of progress, members of the LGBTQ community across the country are experiencing targeted...

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By Kiyan / January 22, 2020

Collected In Electricity Rates Will Go

Electricity production and distribution will be expanded to improve the long-term operations, Areas eligible for electricity from the power grid system electric-fired power plant that will achieve business and continuous efforts to improve productivity suitable for the power to set...

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By Kiyan / January 22, 2020

SET THE NEW ELECTRICITY RATES

Electricity production and distribution will be expanded to improve the long-term operations, Areas eligible for electricity from the power grid system electric-fired power plant that will achieve business and continuous efforts to improve productivity suitable for the power to set...

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By Kiyan / January 22, 2020

BETTER IMPLEMENTATION OF THE LAW NEEDED TO DRAW FOREIGN INVESTORS

U Aung Naing Oo pointed out that having a fairly large population (according to the World Bank, the country’s population stood at 53.4 million in 2017) and low labour costs were not enough to draw foreign investors to Myanmar. He...

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By Kiyan / January 22, 2020

GROUPS AND BUSINESSES GATHER IN LOIKAW FOR COMMUNITY TOURISM CONFERENCE

Aiming to bring together tourism businesses and community-based groups, the fourth National Conference on Communities and Tourism will be held in Loikaw, Kayah State from June 6 to June 8. The seminar is organised by the Hanns Seidel Foundation, Myanmar...

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