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24 June 2020                                                 

The global pandemic Covid-19 has disturbed both export and local supply chain of Myanmar’s commerce. Because of the restricted border trade, the fresh fruits were queued up at the border gates for a long time and they were waste

23 June 2020

Access to Health Fund, which is under United Nations Office for Project Services, focuses on health equity for the most underserved and vulnerable populations, especially in conflict-affected areas, by bringing essential services closer with different key health interventions.

23 June 2020

Myanmar is one of the biggest rice producers in Asia with the sufficient production of rice to export to other neighboring countries such as China and ASEAN countries. However, China remains the biggest receiver of rice export from Myanmar but there is also the rise of demand

23 June 2020

It has been 10 days since Beijing reported its first local coronavirus case after more than 50 days with zero new locally transmitted cases.

As of Saturday, a total of 227 new confirmed cases had been recorded.

23 June 2020

The Ministry of Health and Sports reported the number of COVID-19 cases has reached 291 with 200 recoveries. From May 16th to June 23rd, a total of 105 returnees tested positive for COVID-19.At a time when the local transmission is assumed to be clear in the country, the busin

22 June 2020

It can be said that the golden era of painting in Myanmar just before COVID-19 case. In Yangon, every week showcased at least one exhibition. Some galleries have exhibitions even thrice a week. More than 9 to 10 paintings were sold out in every exhibition displayed according t

22 June 2020

Q (1). What impact will this new surge in cases will bring?

"Well the impact on China, of course people would have think about the economic impact, if you look at the figure, in April, in May, so, industrial output is strong actually but the problems in

22 June 2020

The nascent garment industry in Myanmar has grown significantly over the past eight years, from an export value of US$900 million in 2012 to $2.7 billion in 2017. But the garment industry has suffered the economic crisis on account of the impacts of global pandemic this year.

22 June 2020

Myanmar has 290 -confirmed COVID-19 cases, including six deaths and 200 recoveries. Twenty three COVID-19 cases detected on 19 June among returnees deported from Thailand brought the country's largest daily increase since its first reported case in late March. All the new pati