MI News

22 June 2020

Q (1). What impact will this new surge in cases will bring?

"Well the impact on China, of course people would have think about the economic impact, if you look at the figure, in April, in May, so, industrial output is strong actually but the problems in

22 June 2020

The nascent garment industry in Myanmar has grown significantly over the past eight years, from an export value of US$900 million in 2012 to $2.7 billion in 2017. But the garment industry has suffered the economic crisis on account of the impacts of global pandemic this year.

22 June 2020

Myanmar has 290 -confirmed COVID-19 cases, including six deaths and 200 recoveries. Twenty three COVID-19 cases detected on 19 June among returnees deported from Thailand brought the country's largest daily increase since its first reported case in late March. All the new pati

19 June 2020                                                       

The National Museum of Myanmar in Yangon has organized and displayed an online art exhibition titled, “75 for 75th” in commemoration of the 75th Anniversary Birthday of State Counsellor Daw Aung San S

19 June 2020

The accusation against Yangon region Chief Minister U Phyo Min Thein signed and submitted to regional Hluttaw by 33 members of Hluttaw represenetatives and the matter was investigated by investigation team. The issue came to light after Tatmawdaw representatives together with

19 June 2020

Myanmar reported a number of COVID-19 cases are up to 286, with six deaths and 187 recoveries. New cases are mostly being detected among the returnees from abroad, but there have been a handful of cases in recent weeks of local transmission. After two months of the semi-lockdo

19 June 2020                                                               

The World Bank stated that it is crucial to keep agriculture safely running as an essential business because of the potential rise in food insecurity to access and purchase food despite economic impacts during the

18 June 2020

There are different kinds of losses which cannot be predicted and most of the time these losses cannot be recovered in a short time especially in the country like Myanmar where many people depend on their livelihood with what they earn in their daily basis. This is where the i

18 June 2020

Populous Yangon is not only an industrialized city but also a commercial hub of the country, but it is known to all that it is affected by a scorching weather year after year. Accordingly the tree planting festival is held on a grand scale when the monsoon set in, especially w