MI News

03 June 2020

With the announcement released by the government, the schools are set to open in the month of July and when it comes to opening the schools, it used to be a quite a bit of burden for the parents who have kids to go to schools. The reason is the parents have to get all the nece

03 June 2020                                      

Q1. We have heard that the two sessions this year covered the wide-ranging topics with the strong focus on the matters related to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on socio-economic development. Could you please elaborate on that ?

03 June 2020

The government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar has extended restrictions and preventive measures for COVID-19 until 15 June even though there is no local transmission for 16 days. Myanmar has reported 233 confirmed COVID-19 cases with six deaths. A total of 143 people

03 June 2020

State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi at a regular video conferencing focusing on bringing back Myanmar citizens from foreign countries encouraged Myanmar embassies to help overseas Myanmar citizens.  The participants who discussed with the State Counsellor were U Myo Myint Th

02 June 2020

Globally-terrifying COVID-19 caused State-owned factories, industries and economic enterprises all to come to a stop. The ban on mass gathering and events as well as festivities also created deserted streets and towns and all businesses were in crisis as a result of the shock

02 June 2020                               

Q. We have heard that recently World Bank said that Businesses see China as attractive market. What is the reason behind this optimistic standpoint ?

As a matter of fact, China is the most complete manufacturing economy in

02 June 2020

Political parties, election-related organizations and political analysts are worried that general elections might not be held during this year due to the coronavirus outbreak. A senior official of the Union Election Commission said that despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the elect

02 June 2020

The proposal to terminate the duty of Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker U T Khun Myat failed to seek approval at the sixth day of Second Pyithu Hluttaw’s 16th regular session.       

The proposal was signed and submitted by 110 Pyithu Hluttaw Representatives, and 24 Hlu

01 June 2020

The Yangon Region Transport Authority (YRTA) is now drawing a plan for Yangon transport sector depending on probability beyond COVID-19. The current operation of passenger bus lines accounts for 70 percent.

The World Health Organization (WHO) announced that COVID-19 was