Myanmar extends COVID-19 preventive measures until January 31

The Myanmar government has further extended COVID-19 preventive measures in the country until January 31, 2021 to curb the spread of COVID-19. The National Level Central Committee on Prevention, Control and Treatment of COVID-19 announced December 29 that it will extend restrictions [excluding those which are to be relaxed or tightened further] to January 31 […]

Huawei Extends Cloud Services to Myanmar as Firms Go Digital

<a href=”https://youtu.be/pCvYiQYDHcE” target=”_blank”><img src=”https://consult-myanmar.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/doingbusinessinmyanmar-thumbnail2.jpg” width=”600″ height=”250″ /> </a> YANGON — While the US is pressuring European countries to shun Chinese tech giant Huawei over security concerns, more firms in Myanmar are partnering with the controversial company to use its cloud services during their digital transformations. Huawei provides cloud computing, offering computing power and online storage […]

Myanmar extends eVisa

YANGON, 6 January 2015: Myanmar’s Ministry of Immigration and Population officially included another 32 nationalities that are now eligible for an eVisa, effective 2 January, 2015. They join a list of 68 countries that were eligible for eVisas when the scheme rolled out 1 September 2014. The eVisa costs USD50 paid for by Visa or […]

Mae Sot checkpoint extends hours

Authorities extended the operating hours at a Thai-Myanmar checkpoint in Mae Sot district on Thursday in preparation for the formation of Asean single market this year. The checkpoint, which links the district in Tak province and Myawaddy town in Myanmar, opens at 5.30am and closed at 8.30pm starting Thursday, said Pol Col Pongnakhon Nakhonsantiphab, commander […]