MI News

22 December 2020

In the bloc of Southeast Asian countries, Indonesia is in the first place with more than 664,930 positive cases and the Philippines in the second place with more than 459,789 reported cases and Myanmar in the third place with 116,000. To be exact, Myanmar’s COVID-19 positi

21 December 2020

The inflation rate is gradually dropping down in 2020 according to the data released by Central Statistics Organization (CSO). Especially during the outbreak of Covid-19, the decreasing rate can be seen.

21 December 2020 

The market of confectionery and snack is getting affected more and more by Covid-19 as the second wave of the virus is going on longer. It did not see much impact during the first wave of Covid-19 but now, the market demand is dropping and people working in this business

21 December 2020

Many of the businesses have been affected by Covid-19 outbreak, out of which construction sector and its related businesses of brick, sand and pebble trading are also left with negative impacts. In the course of Covid-19 pandemic, most of the construction works have stoppe

19 December 2020       

The public awareness campaign to accelerate the adoption of energy efficiency measures, which is called “It starts with MEE” was introduced on 18th December. With the aim of reducing energy consumption by 20% by 2030 and supporting the goal of electricity

19 December 2020                             

The delta-run vessels plying from Yangon, Myanmar’s commercial city to the Ayeyawady delta are mainly providing freight transport service rather than passenger transport  during this period.

19 December 2020   

Myanmar with one of the fastest-growing garment industries in the world saw its export value growth increased from USD 0.9 billion in 2012 to USD 5.2 billion in 2019. Since the start of COVID-19 in Myanmar, Myanmar Garment Manufacturers Association has been working with

18 December 2020

As with the overall market situation of Myanmar affected by Covid-19 since March of 2020, Thailand-Taipei hybrid plum fruit planters who rely on international buyers have been facing a difficult transport and lack of demands.

18 December 2020

It has been about three months since the night markets have been closed down in Nay Pyi Taw, and with the declining number of infection rate, Nay Pyi Taw Development Committee has been preparing to reopen the night markets in Nay Pyi Taw. Although the night markets have be