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The International Labour Organization (ILO) estimated that some 1.6 million jobs were lost in Myanmar in 2021 with the military takeover compounding the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Among the population impacted by the weakened labour market, women workers were hit most. Working hours are estimated to have decreased 18 per...
The Central Bank of Myanmar issued a letter to the Authorized Dealer (AD) license holding bank containing a list of entities and individuals exempted from the controversial foreign currency conversion requirement. The Central Bank of Myanmar on April 3 issued a notification requiring all foreign earnings to be converted into...
JobNet.com.mm, Myanmar’s leading online job search site, announced today the launch of the second edition of The Best Companies to Work in Myanmar campaign after a 2 year break. The campaign returns for the second edition aiming to recognize and celebrate top companies in Myanmar based on employee engagement...
In recent years, the Myanmar bean and pulses industry often suffers from the impact of import policy changes by India, the biggest buyer of Myanmar’s beans and pulses, and whose production is on the rise. Years when crop productivity is strong, India lowers import to protect local farmers, which...
Norwegian telecom firm Telenor issued an announcement today on September 15 hinting at the deployment of surveillance tech in Myanmar by saying that its continued presence would require Telenor Myanmar to activate intercept equipment for the use of Myanmar authorities. "Having worked actively to avoid activation of intercept equipment, Telenor...
Better Technologies Myanmar (trading as Better HR), based in Yangon has grown to 150 customer companies across 3 countries within 1 year, making it the first Yangon-based startup in the HR space to make it regional. Better HR is a cloud-based application that allows organizations to streamline HR processes such...
"Fix the money, fix Myanmar" This is the slogan of Myanmar Dollar-MYD, the newly emerged cryptocurrency, which is intended to counter the junta’s grip on Myanmar Kyat. This is one of the facets of the revolution against the coup. Unlike A-May Suu Token, a crypto token that emerged after the...
The emergence of the Myanmar Centre Project Yangon, the commercial capital of Myanmar, welcomed a 100% foreign direct investment from Vietnam’s Hoang Anh Gia Lai (HAGL) Myanmar in the form of the Myanmar Centre Project which began to take shape in 2013. With the aim of giving a quality retail shopping...
အောက်တွင် မြန်မာလို ဖတ်ရှုနိုင်ပါသည် The Myanmar economy is projected to rebound faster than regional and global averages and will benefit from China’s relatively swift recovery, according to Oxford Business Group’s report called Covid-19 Response Report (CRR) , produced in partnership with the medical equipment supplier Okkar Thiri. While no economy remains immune to...
Coca-Cola was nearly 130 years old when it entered the Myanmar market in 2013 by partnering with local beverages company Pinya to form Coca Cola Pinya Beverages. With a $223 million investment, the company employs 1,400 workers and produces more than 60 beverages at its two factories in Hlaing Thar...