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Harvey Law Group appointed as official Southeast Asia’s representative firm for Range Development’s latest branded pool villa resort expansion

YANGON – May 25, 2018 – Steeped in legendary seafaring history dating back hundreds of years, the Eastern Caribbean island of St. Kitts & Nevis is the newest exotic destination for Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas. 945 more words


First Mercure debuts in Myanmar

YANGON, May 7, 2018 – AccorHotels announced the official opening of its first Mercure property in Yangon’s prime district. Managed by AccorHotels, the seven-storey Mercure Yangon Kaba Aye features 183 spacious rooms and suites ideal for families and long-staying guests. 620 more words


Vivo unveils the all-new ‘V9’ AI-Powered FullView™ Display Smartphone to Myanmar

Enabling the Perfect Shot, Perfect View and an AI-Powered Experience for Young Consumers

Yangon, April 28, 2018 – Vivo today celebrated the launch of its all-new V9 smartphone at Melia Hotel in Yangon, featuring Vivo’s FullViewTM Display and 90% screen-to-body ratio that delivers AI-powered perfect shots. 467 more words


Mobile companies allege duty evasion in imports from Asean

The domestic cellphone industry has flagged possible duty evasion in imports of the completely built unit (CBU) of mobile phones, suspected of Chinese origin, from Asean countries under the free trade route. 192 more words

Myanmar Investment Commission permits foreign investors to wholly-own private schools in Myanmar

Pursuant to Myanmar Investment Commission (“MIC”) Notification 7/2018 (“MIC Notification”) issued on 20 April 2018 foreign companies will be permitted to wholly-own private schools in Myanmar.   31 more words


Rohingya militants slaughtered 99 Hindus in a single day: Amnesty International

An armed band of Rohingya militants killed up to 99 Hindus in a single day of carnage in Myanmar‘s Rakhine state, according to an… 486 more words


Rights group: Rohingya insurgents massacred Myanmar Hindus

Source: The Washington Post

By Todd Pitman | APMay 22

BANGKOK — Amnesty International said Wednesday that Myanmar’s army was not the only group that has slaughtered civilians in the country’s volatile west. 124 more words