Friday, September 22, 2017

Myanmar team visits CIFA in India

Bhubaneswar, India – After Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, now it is Myanmar farmers’ turn to learn from the modern aquaculture technology at the Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture in India.

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Local stargazers left disappointed as cloud hides total solar eclipse

Yangon observers last week missed out on catching a glimpse of the 21st century’s longest total solar eclipse, with cloudy conditions blocking out the rare astronomical event.

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Clothing producers look to stronger exports but worry about local market

The garment industry is looking to better times ahead, with new money entering the sector from Turkey and orders coming in from Japan.

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Officials warn against onion speculation

Officials warned traders on July 21 against speculating on the onion market, in an effort to prevent further higher prices in local markets.

 

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Government to take action on illegal fisheries exports: DOF

The Department of Fisheries (DOF) has issued a start warning to illegal eel and crab exporters saying that anyone caught breaking this law would be punished to the full extent of the country’s fisheries laws.

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Pearl sale fails to shine

A total of 92 pearl lots were sold during the latest special gem emporium held from June 22 to July 4 at the Myanmar Convention Centre (MCC).

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CAEXPO secretariat boss visits Myanmar

Myanmar business people attending the 6th China-ASEAN Expo (CAEXPO) to be held in Nanning, China, from October 20 to 24 are sure to find economic opportunities, said Mr Zheng Junjian, the expo’s secretary general.

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