MI News

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

14 January 2021

Covid-19 and its follow-up scenarios such as stay-at-home procedures and other pandemic restriction brought about an exponential growth in bicycle sales force in a bid to tackle with the demand of delivery services with an increased consumption of bicycles. U Chit Hway, Own

14 January 2021

COVID-19 infection rate is slowing down these days and many people are resuming their works as previously-closed companies have reopened in Yangon. But some of Yangon bus lines have not resumed operation so far said a source from Yangon Region Transport Authority (YRTA).

13 January 2021       

The Chinese delegation led by State Councilor and Foreign Minister Mr Wang Yi ended their two-day official visit and left Myanmar at 11:35 am yesterday.

They were seen off at the Nay Pyi Taw International Airport by Union Minister for International Cooperation

13 January 2021             

Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing received Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Mr Wang Yi at Zeyarthiri Beikman in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday morning.                                                                    

13 January 2021

Myanmar has traded more than $1.7 billion with 5 neighboring countries in more than 2 months, according to the official statistics of the Ministry of Commerce.                           

In over first two months of current fiscal year, Myanmar’s export volume to five

13 January 2021     

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Mr. Wang Yi who paid a visit to Myanmar on Monday promised to help Myanmar recover from COVID-19 pandemic. President U Win Myint received the Chinese delegation led by the State Councilor and Foreign Minister at the Hall for

13 January 2021   

The Covid-19 infection in Myanmar is gradually decreasing with the daily reported rate of less than 5% of total specimen tests in January. The Ministry of Health and Sports and the National Level Central Committee on Prevention, Control and Treatment of Covid-19 together

12 January 2021         

The intensity of the earthquakes are likely to grow gradually in 2020 compared to those occurred during 2019 in Myanmar. And the situation has been observed by experts from Myanmar Earthquake Committee that the strength of earthquake will be even stronger in 2021.