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The Rise and Fall of an Australian Media Mogul in Southeast Asia

ROSS DUNKLEY was thinking of quitting journalism when he met Rupert Murdoch, a fellow Australian, on a friend’s yacht off the coast of Rhode Island during the America’s Cup boat race in 1983. He had grown tired of working for other people in a newsroom; he wanted to return to his family roots and become […]

Don’t Sleep on Them: Here are food Tech Startups from Cambodia, Myanmar That you Should know About

Hailing from the frontier markets of Cambodia and Myanmar, these startups just began to help maximise their countries’ untapped potentials in tech-based food industry When you think of Southeast Asia, would you think of food? Even if you’re not a foodie, these days technology has made food to be more than a necessity; it’s a […]

Australian Firm Seeks to Reassure Locals on Gas Drilling off Rakhine

YANGON—Australian energy giant Woodside is stepping into war-torn Rakhine State with a plan to begin drilling in two oil-and-gas blocks in the Bay of Bengal. This week the company sought to reassure residents in southern Rakhine State’s Kyaukphyu that there was a need for the projects, citing the potential economic benefits and pledging to minimize […]

Australian & Japanese Chamber Business Networking Event at Belmond Governor’s Residence, 4 October 2018.

AustCham Myanmar is proud to join together with the Japanese Chamber of Commerce Myanmar to co-host a Myanmar Market Update followed by networking drinks. We are very pleased to announce that both the Japanese Ambassador to Myanmar, H.E. Mr. Ichiro Maruyama and the Australian Ambassador to Myanmar, H.E. Mr. Nicholas Coppel will attend and provide […]

PanAust Secures New Exploration License in Myanmar

PanAust is pleased to announce that it has secured three new exploration licenses in Myanmar on Thursday 5 July 2018, following approval by the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar on 21 June 2018. The licenses are the first awarded under the Myanmar Union government’s new mineral regulations. PanAust’s headquarters is in […]

Mandalay taps British expertise for higher education

MANDALAY, Myanmar’s second largest city, is expected to become the country’s northern economic hub over the next two years. Yet, skills and talent in the city still lags behind Yangon and many cities in ASEAN. The brain drain and skills shortage are dragging its economic growth. But Ko Ye Tun Min, founder of the Mandalay […]

Joint Networking Event, New Zealand Thai Chamber of Commerce and Australian-Myanmar Chamber of Commerce , 14 Sep, 9am at Yadana Ballroom, Park Royal Hotel

The New Zealand Thai Chamber of Commerce and Australian-Myanmar Chamber of Commerce will host a joint networking event. To Importers, Exporters, Brokers and Freight Forwarders We would like to invite you to learn more about taking advantage of the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (AANZFTA). The agreement opens up and creates many new opportunities for […]

Invitation for Bids (IFB) for Supply of Core Banking System for Myanmar Economic Bank. Prebid Meeting 31 May 2017.

Subscribe to our tender alert mailing list   Modernization of Public Finance Management Credit No. 54020-MM/Grant No. TF017910 IFB No: MPFMp-ICB-IS2S-C2-IS218 IFB Title: Supply, Implementation and Support of a CORE Banking System (CBS) and related linkages for Myanma Economic Bank. 1. The Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar has received financing in […]

IFC launches its sustainability guidelines in Myanmar language

The International Finance Corporation, a privatesector arm of the World Bank Group, last week released a Burmeselanguage verฌsion of its Performance Standards on Environmental and Social Sustainability. The publication is a set of eight internationally recognised norms that guide companies and governฌments on identifying and managing environmental and social risks to achieve sustainability. Bernard Sheahan, […]

Pocket change: Myanmar banks on mobile money

YANGON – Carrying her wages in wads of cash across Myanmar was once a risky, onerous but unavoidable ritual for maid Khin Myint Oo. But now she just pings off a text to move the money to her children back home as mobile banking sweeps into a country whose people have for decades been locked […]