MI News

17 June 2020

Since the 16th of March, all the cinemas across the country have been temporarily shut down and the closure of the cinemas has been for three months in the wake of COVID-19 alert. The Myanmar government announced last Friday that restrictions on public gathering hav

17 June 2020

According to the World Bank, most of the countries are to be buffeted by the global pandemic Covid-19 and that leads to the deep recessions resulting in lower investment, an erosion of human capital through lost work and schooling, and downturn of global trade and supply linka

17 June 2020

The number of COVID-19 confirmed cases reported in Myanmar has reached 262, with six deaths and 169 recoveries, according to the latest figures released by the Health and Sports Ministry. 

Yangon city appears to have returned to normal with usual traffic congestion and

16 June 2020

Just when Beijingers thought they could finally take a breath, a new spike in coronavirus cases has emerged. Xinfadi market was closed as a containment measure.

Beijing's Disease Control and Prevention Center says the new coronavirus cases in the city might have origina

16 June 2020

Although the government has already announced the date to reopen the schools from to high school in Myanmar, according to the statement released by the Ministry of Education, it is also mentioned that the announcement of the opening school date can be postpone anytime if it se

16 June 2020

Less rainfall in the early and middle monsoon periods will bring about negative effects on agriculture sector. Temperature from some regions and states reached record high during May and monsoon wind already set in the lower part of Myanmar in the late second week of May, said

16 June 2020

When Covid-19 epidemic broke out in Myanmar, the government announced to put 11 townships under stay-at-home plan, where clusters of Covid-19 patients are found. Residents from 10 townships of Yangon Region and 1 from Sagaing Region were restricted not to go outside except buy

15 June 2020

Usually the month of May is the time when the stationery market gets its peak customers as the parents prepare for the opening of the school. However, for this year, this sector remains cold in the market according to the report by some of the business persons. As the results

15 June 2020

Express bus lines are currently allowed resume services to all states and regions however the operation is just slightly generating and has not returned to the normal conditions according to the Yangon Region Transport Authority (YRTA).