Thai Chang beer brewed in Yangon

Yangon’s new Emerald Brewery canned its first Chang beer on September 25th. Singaporean firm Fraser and Neave (F&N) invested US$70 million into the new facility, which will be brewing the famous Thai beer brand at a capacity of 500,000 hect

Huawei will remain big part of Myanmar telecom development

Chinese tech giant Huawei will remain a big player in Myanmar’s telecom sector development despite security warnings from the United States and other countries. Huawei Myanmar spokesperson Zhu Bo has claimed that Huawei communications networks

Singaporean steel company to boost Myanmar production

A Singapore-owned steel producer announced plans to ramp up Myanmar production and manufacture the first coated steel products produced in the country. This December, the JFE Meranti Myanmar Co. Ltd. (JMM) will begin producing new products for both e

MAI to offer direct flights from Yangon to South Korea

Myanmar Airways International (MAI) will launch a new route from Yangon International Airport to Incheon, South Korea, on December 3. The four weekly flights will depart Yangon at 4:45 p.m. and arrive 12:50 a.m. The new route, which will bring its in
IndiGo, India's leading airline to launch Kolkata-Yangon flights

Indian airline launches new Yangon to Kolkata flight

Indian airline IndiGo has launched its new Yangon to Kolkata direct route. The new route inaugural 2.5-hour journey was undertaken by a 180-seat Airbus A320. The direct connection aims to support both tourism and the journeys of tens of thousands of
F&N back in Myanmar beer market after 4 years

F&N re-enters Myanmar beer market

Singapore-listed beverage firm Fraser and Neave (F&N) has launched its Myanmar subsidiary Emerald Brewery. The investment value of the deal is USD 70 million. The operations will produce Chang Lager Beer. The brewing facility will be located in