MI News

14 September 2020

In Myanmar, banana and coconut fruits are used not only for eating purpose but also for religious affairs and ceremonies.

The main banana and coconut market are the banana and coconut brokerage houses situated at Bagayar in Kyimyindine Township, Yangon where all th

14 September 2020

As many as 28 townships have come under the restriction of “Stay at Home” order from the government where unnecessary outings are strictly prohibited with the aim to contain the widespread infection of COVID-19. Another big step being taken by respective responsible perso

11 September 2020                                         

Starting from December 2019, the world was hit by the infectious disease named Coronavirus (Covid-19). The pandemic has had a major impact on all aspects of industries including the automotive sector.                               

11 September 2020

With a significant resurgence of COVID-19 started since the mid-August, the numbers of the confirmed cases are significantly rising to above 150 a day. As the COVID-19 infections in the resurgence increases daily the Ministry of Health and Sports has scaled up contact tra

11 September 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic had a sudden and substantial impact on the arts and cultural heritage sector. The global health crisis and the uncertainly resulting from it profoundly affected organizations’ operations as well as individuals – both employed and independent – across

11 September 2020

A number of tangible and intangible arts from the earlier century are still being preserved in Myanmar. At present, Myanmar’s arts and crafts industry is under threat due to shortage of skilled labor and a drop in demand from home and abroad. Efforts are being made to dev

11 September 2020

As infection rate rapidly surges, medical examinations are being carried out on a small scale in Yangon region.

At the time present, the government has imposed stay-at-home orders in the township where necessary and other restrictions as part of preventive measures

11 September 2020

As the Covid-19 confirmed cases are rising in Yangon Region, especially more patients without travel history nor contact with the positive patients are found, the Ministry of Health and Sports announced on 9th September that 21 townships of Yangon are under sta

10 September 2020                                   

The coronavirus disease is spreading rapidly all over the world and seriously effects economic stability, therefore all the businesses have been changing their system and methods to regain stable condition.