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Myanmar main beneficiary of Kyaukphyu: CITIC

YUAN Shaobin, executive president of CITIC Myanmar, which is the developer of a proposed Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Rakhine, disagrees with critics who have accused China of taking an unfairly large stake in the project. He insisted that Kyaukphyu SEZ will spur much-needed developments in the region and that comparing Kyaukphyu’s ownership structure to […]

China agrees to 70% share in Kyaukphyu sea port

China has agreed to take a 70 percent stake in a strategically important sea port in Burma, at the lower end of a proposed range amid local concerns about Beijing’s growing economic clout in the country, a senior government official said. Oo Maung, vice chairman of a government-led committee overseeing the project, said Burma had […]

Frustration mounts as Kyaukphyu port negotiations stall

Kyaukphyu’s Chinese investors have hit back at criticisms over their majority stake in a proposed deep-sea port in Rakhine. They emphasised that it was the Myanmar government who drew up the shareholder structure and that the ball is in Nay Pyi Taw’s court to break the inertia and move the negotiations forward. Kyaukphyu is the […]

Chinese investment in Myanmar’s SEZ pure business

The interests of Myanmar and its people will be the top consideration of the developers of two projects in Myanmar’s special economic zone (SEZ) in the town of Kyaukphyu, a company official told Xinhua recently. The China International Trust and Investment Corporation (CITIC) Construction company, together with four other Chinese companies and one Thai firm, […]