MI News

18 January 2021                                                     

Decorative lights with various designs including electric light bulbs are entering the local electronic market during this time. But the sales are on the decline in most electronic stores.

18 January 2021                                                                         

The local economists and enterprises have predicted that Myanmar’s economy is going to develop again following the calm situation of Covid-19 outbreak.

16 January 2021

As the flow of the goods plays a vital part in the economy of the country, it is also much more important for the common people as the proper flow of the goods is keeping the prices of the goods in balance. For the market such as Aharathukha market in Pyinmana which receive

16 January 2021

Cooperation and negotiation are being conducted with the company that launched the YPS payment card system in order to launch YPS payment card system cutting the payment from the card in the time of getting on the bus to ensure much convenience for YPS payment card holders,

16 January 2021

The Print Media Industry is facing all forms of challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic and some print media withdrew their production of papers. At the same time, the number of employees is being reduced and salaries are also the same matter, said a source from Myanmar

15 January 2021

The real estate market which had seen a dramatic decline in the first wave of COVID-19 in Nay Pyi Taw is once again reviving in the second wave of COVID-19 although most of the buyers do not come from outside of Nay Pyi Taw but the local buyers. So, unlike other big cities

15 January 2021

Those who are working for the production of bricks in Taikkyi Township of Yangon Region are struggling due to a declining market demand for bricks during Covid-19 period.

The brick produced from Taikkyi Township is mainly distributed to the construction sites in Yang

15 January 2021                         

Although the weather in Myanmar is experiencing a cold and humid La Nina winter, it is not as cold as the previous winters as of an increase in global warming year by year, according to the Department of Meteorology and Hydrology (DMH) of Myanmar.

14 January 2021                     

Some of the Dala-based bus lines have resumed operations in order to deal with a gradual increase in the number of passengers during the early weeks of 2021 for the sake of their convenience. Some of bus lines in Dala have already resumed transport serv