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NPE opens advertising section in Nay Pyi Taw


The News and Periodicals Enterprise (NPE) has opened their advertising section for Nay Pyi Taw at office No 7 of the Ministry of Information yesterday.

The section will accept advertisements to be put in Myanma Alinn, Kyemon, The Global New Light of Myanmar and Myanmar Digital News.

Deputy Minister U Aung Hla Tun, Permanent Secretary U Myo Myint Maung and other officials cut ceremonial ribbons to open the new section and toured the interior of the building.

Interested persons can also submit advertisements at the Kyemon and Myanma Alinn offices on Khayaepin junction in Zeyathiri Township, Nay Pyi Taw.

In addition, there are also advertising sections at the Myanma Alinn office in Nat Mauk lane 1, Bahan Township, Kyemon office on 52nd Street, Pazundaung Township, NPE book store on Pansodan Street, Kyauktada Township, and Myanma Alinn printing house on Shwegondaing Junction, Bahan Township, for Yangon Region.

Similarly, advertising sections exist in the sub printing houses of Mandalay, Taunggyi, Magway, Kengtung, Kalay, Myitkyina, Sittway, Lashio, Myeik, Mawlamyine and Monywa, as can be submitted at the Information and Public Relations Departments in various townships. The new advertising policy guarantees business, social, obituray and other advertisements sent in today will be featured the next day and is open to submissions throughout the entire week.

For further information, please contact 01-559118 for Myanma Alinn (Yangon), 01-397330 Kyemon (Yangon), 01-8604530 for The Global New Light of Myanmar (Yangon), and 067-3412118 for NPE’s advertising department (Nay Pyi Taw).

Source: Global New Light of Myanmar

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