Sembcorp Industries signs S$420 million accord to develop Myanmar’s biggest power plant

Subscribe to our tender alert mailing list SINGAPORE – Sembcorp Industries has announced a memorandum of understanding with the Myanmar government to invest in and develop the country’s largest gas-fired power plant to help address a power shortage. The company said it wholly-owned subsidiary, Sembcorp Utilities, on Monday (Dec 7) signed the MOU with Myanmar’s […]

Japan ‘Making Up for Lost Time’ in Burma

Japan will lend Burma US$504 million and will cancel $1.74 billion of Burmese debt as part of a series of weekend deals that included a pledge to push development of a proposed port and commercial zone at Thilawa, a half-hour drive from downtown Rangoon, Burma’s commercial capital. Making the first visit by a Japanese prime […]