MI News

08 July 2020

Domestic tourism in Myanmar has started reopening since the earliest week of June and the tourism businesses are working for the industry to revive as the sector is the most potential for current situation.

As soon as Myanmar has announced its first cases of coronavirus

08 July 2020

Majority of the businesses in Myanmar suffer setbacks due to the spread of the COVID-19 infection. Although the infection is managed to be kept almost under control, businesses of some sectors in the country are struggling to resume operations. However, beans export is thrivin

08 July 2020

Book shops are one of the most affected businesses by the Covid-19 outbreak. Mostly, independent small-scale book shops which are not partnered or owned by large corporations have impacts most. The strains for the small-scale book shops are tighter as they don’t profit much in

08 July 2020

The government has extended its stay home period to next two weeks imposing a ban on gatherings of five and above across the country in an effort to continue taking preventive measures against the spread of Covid-19. Among the respective states and regions including Yangon and

08 July 2020

After the implementation of the YBS, the city circular railway service is the most useful transportation means for the public in Yangon, therefore Myanma Railways has initiated several projects for upgrading the system in Myanmar in collaboration with other foreign organizatio

08 July 2020

A 65% of population in Myanmar is involved in livestock sector. Since meat, fisheries, eggs and milk are the basic nutrition items consumed by Myanmar people, the livestock sector is the most important industry for the food security. Moreover, animals and animal products are a

07 July 2020

The government has been preparing for the opening of the school from primary to high school in Myanmar amid concerned over the infection of COVID-19 but everything is prepared to prevent the infection and the spread of COVID-19 in all school environments. One of the most impor

07 July 2020

It is reported that books of the University of Yangon Library have been made accessible for anyone. Before, the books were lent to the teachers, the students and the employees of the university. However, the new rule will allow anyone including students and teachers from other

07 July 2020

According to the monthly weather forecast for July released by the Department of Meteorology and Hydrology, rain or thundershower will be expected above normal in upper Sagaing Region and Chin State, below normal in Kayin and Mon States and averagely normal in Nay Pyi Taw, low