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Old November 13th, 2012, 04:06 PM   #181
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MasterCard marks first ATM transaction in Myanmar
By Zaw Win Than and Aye Thidar Kyaw | Monday, 19 November 2012

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Co-operative Bank executive chairman and chief executive officer U Kyaw Lynn displays cash withdrawn from an ATM at the bank’s headquarters in Yangon Thursday, November 15, 2012. (Thiri Lu / The Myanmar Times)
Mastercard holders visiting Myanmar can use their debit and credit cards to withdraw cash from Co-operative Bank automatic teller machines in the country following the launch of services on Thursday, November 15.

The first withdrawal was made from an ATM at CB bank’s headquarters at the corner of 23rd Street and Strand Road in Yangon.

Myanmar’s first ATM allowed since the banking crisis in 2003 was installed at the same location in November 2011.

Initially services will be limited to debit cards. The bank will later offer credit cards based on customer feedback, if the Central Bank permits, he said.

In September MasterCard Worldwide became the first international payments networks to issue a licence to a Myanmar bank, paving the way for branded cards to be issued and accepted in Myanmar.

Mr Antonio Sebastian Corró, MasterCard country manager and chief representative for Indochina, said tourists and business travellers with a MasterCard-, Maestro- or Cirrus-branded card could use them to withdraw kyat from 36 Co-operative Bank ATMs nationally, including two at Yangon International Airport.

“Today is an historic event for Myanmar and CB bank,” he said.

“Today is a first for CB bank … [whose] ATMs can accept MasterCard-, Maestro- and Cirrus-branded cards. This is very important for Myanmar … [and] will boost the tourism sector because they [tourists] don’t have to bring their cash.

“They can go to any of CB bank’s 36 ATMs and be able to withdraw local currency,” Mr Corro told The Myanmar Times at a press conference at CB bank’s headquarters.

“According to my understanding, the CB bank management will install more ATMs before the end of this year. Obviously they will be placed in the location where most tourists go, such as Mandalay and Bagan. As of today, all the CB bank’s ATMS are accepting MasterCard withdrawals,” he added.

Mr Corró said CB bank is one of the most established commercial banks in Myanmar, with the largest ATM network, which is why MasterCard had chosen to work with the company.

“We also working with other banks but CB bank is the first to be licensed by any international brand. … I’m quite confident with them and I definitely believed in our partnership with them… and they have been working very hard in the past few months to make sure this happened,” he said.


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Yangon to get first countdown to 2013

THE NATION December 20, 2012 1:00 am

Myanmar's former capital of Yangon will this year get its first international standard countdown party, thanks to Index Creative Village, Thailand's leading event organiser, which is splurging Bt35 million to stage the show.

"We hope this festival can |help build our brand awareness as a leading event organiser there and bring us more business later this year," co-CEO Kriangkrai Kanjanapoki said yesterday.

The venue is a 6.4-hectare site in Myoma Ground owned by Myanmar's Defence Ministry. It is located about two kilometres away from Shwedagon Pagoda, the country's famous landmark.

Some 50,000 people are expected to join this celebration with security provided by the army.

To create a greater impact, Index Creative Village teamed up with Myanmar Index Creative Village (MICV) to invite many popular local actors, actress and singers as well as celebrities to be the event's magnet.

MICV is a 50:50 joint venture formed this year with media broadcasting giant Forever Group. Based in Yangon, the group operates two free TV channels, Channel 7 and MRTV4. MRTV4 will broadcast the countdown activities live.

Myanmar has its own agenda to promote the country's image via key international and regional events to be held through 2015.

Next year, Nay Pyi Taw will host the 27th Southeast Asian Games, while the country will sponsor the 22nd World Economic Forum on East Asia in May.

In 2014, Myanmar will take the Asean rotating chair and be responsible for hosting at least 700 related meetings and functions.

Myanmar has also declared 2015 as its Tourism Year, when the Asean Economic Community is fully in place.

Asean director Narindej Thaveesangpanich said the |company would next hold "Independence Day" from January 4-6 to mark the 65th anniversary of the declaration of independence from Great Britain.

The "Thing Yan" or Water Festival in April is also on the company's work schedule.

The company also arranges for promotion events, product roadshows and public events for international conglomerates, Thailand-based companies and local state agencies in Myanmar.

The events industry in Myanmar is estimated to be worth Bt300 million and growing at 15-20 per cent per year.

This year, the company has so far generated Bt50 million in revenue from its JVs in Myanmar and Vietnam, below the target of Bt100 million. Next year it plans to achieve Bt150 million in those two countries. Index Creative Village hopes to orchestrate a 38-per-cent surge in total revenue to Bt2.8 billion this year, above its target of Bt2.25 billion.

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MYANMAR, JAPAN SIGN GRANT AID PROJECTS
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YANGON, Myanmar Dec 29 (NNN-Xinhua) -- Myanmar and Japan signed three grant aid projects on communication networks, food security and non-project grant aid in Nay Pyi Taw Friday, according to press release issued by the Japanese Embassy to Myanmar.

The grant aid projects amounting 2.74 billion yen (31.75 million U.S. dollars) include "Project for Urgent Improvement of Communication Networks", "Food Security Project for Underprivileged Farmers" and "Non-Project Grant Aid", the release said.
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Myanmar Spitfire Hunt Leads to Water-Filled Crate
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An excavation team searching for a stash of legendary World War II-era British fighter aircraft in northern Myanmar said Wednesday it had found a wooden crate believed to contain one of the planes, but it was full of muddy water.

It was not immediately clear how much damage the water may have caused, and searchers could not definitively say what was inside the crate.
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MYANMAR GOV'T ANNOUNCES UNILATERAL CEASEFIRE WITH KIA
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YANGON, Myanmar Jan. 19 (NNN-Xinhua) -- Myanmar government Friday announced unilateral ceasefire with the ethnic Kachin Independence Army (KIA) , saying that the government troops will stop military offensive against the area of Lakyayan starting Jan. 19 at 06:00 a.m., according to a press release of the government aired by the state TV at night.

The unilateral ceasefire was offered as security with the government force members as well as with the Myitgyina-Bahmo highway have been in place, said the release.
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IRAN’S AID DISTRIBUTED AMONG ROHINGYA MUSLIMS
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TEHRAN, Jan. 19 (NNN-MNA) -- An Iranian delegation including a number of MPs and Foreign Ministry officials arrived in Sittwe, the capital of Rakhine State in Myanmar, on Tuesday and delivered Iran’s first cargo of humanitarian aid to the displaced ethnic Rohingya Muslims.
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China, Myanmar hold strategic security consultation
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Insufficient rabies vaccine in Myanmar
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Current productivity of rabies vaccine by Myanmar Pharmaceutical Factory (MPF) is not enough for the whole country, Dr. Myo Khine, physician and lecturer of Neuro-medical Department of Yangon General Hospital told Eleven Media.

Due to the poor pharmacodynamics and observed side effects of MPF-made rabies vaccine, better pharmaceutical formulation for vaccine and manufacturing is needed. Moreover, rabies vaccine used in Myanmar is less protectable comparing to other countries where more effective and safety drugs are used, he said.

Over 17000 ampoules of vaccines are produced annually, according to releases from Ministry of Health; the figure is not enough for everyone being bitten nationwide, said Dr. Myo Khine urging, even the country can’t generate the most advanced vaccine, it had better to import the quality and safety products.

Mainly intention for states and regions, the MPF had manufactured 17456 ampoules in 2010-2011 fiscal year and 16725 ampoules in 2011-2012. Myanmar has still been formulating rabies vaccine from the sheep brain tissues while most countries practice the embryonated chicken and duck eggs studies.
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Temporary passports to Myanmar migrant children in Thailand
Eleven Myanmar
Wednesday, 13 February 2013 23:24

The government plans to issue temporary passports to undocumented children of Myanmar migrant workers living in Thailand, the deputy minister of labour told Eleven Media on Monday.

According to Myint Thein, the deputy minister of labour, over 200,000 children are living with their migrant parents in Thailand and half of them are attending community schools, which are taught in Myanmar language.

A total of 147 community schools have been opened in Thailand and the government is under negotiation with these schools for them to follow the curricula of state schools in Myanmar and get them donations from local well-wishers.

"The children only have birth registration. They don't have any documents that show their citizenship. We have arranged to issue them these temporary passports as they will have difficulties coming back to the country (Myanmar)," said Myint Thein.

He said the two countries are still under negotiation about the temporary passports due to visa fees.

The Thai government wants to charge Baht 900 for the visa fees, but the Myanmar government has requested them to only charge Baht 500 as the children do not have any salaries. The Thai government said it will take at least six months to amend the by-law before fixing the visa fee at Bhat 500 for the children, according to the deputy minister.

Although the two countries signed a Memorandum of Understanding in 2003 to start a nationality verification system for the Myanmar migrant workers in Thailand, the system was not started until 2009.

Eleven one-stop service centres have been opened in Thailand for the registration of Myanmar migrant workers and temporary passports will be issued to them starting from February 15.
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Norway to open Yangon embassy
By Maria Danmark | Monday, 04 March 2013

Norway is to upgrade its diplomatic office in Myanmar to the status of an embassy.

Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg made the announcement when he met President U Thein Sein on February 26 in Oslo.

Along with his Danish counterpart, Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt, Mr Stoltenberg opened a Nordic diplomatic office in Yangon last November. Norway will now upgrade its section of that office next autumn.

“The increasing cooperation between Norway and Myanmar means that it has now been decided to upgrade the diplomatic office in Yangon to a fully-fledged embassy,” said Prime Minister Stoltenberg in a press conference on February 26.

During their meeting, the prime minister said Myanmar had taken important steps towards a more democratic and peaceful society, and praised President U Thein Sein, who is on his first visit to Europe.

“Transition to civilian rule, the release of political prisoners, a by-election in which Aung San Suu Kyi and other members of her NLD party were elected to parliament and the lifting of media censorship are important milestones in the reform process,” said Mr Stoltenberg.

The prime minister also announced that Norway was prepared to help further with support in areas such as democracy, the management of natural resources, protection of the environment and the peace process.

“Norway has a long history of support for democracy in Myanmar. We will continue to support the reform forces and the sustainable economic development of Myanmar,” said Mr Stoltenberg.

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MasterCard marks first POS transaction in Myanmar
By Justin Heifetz | Wednesday, 06 March 2013

MasterCard marked its first Point-of-Sale (POS) transaction in Myanmar at Golden Myanmar Airlines on March 4 before announcing plans to establish 500 POS devices by Co-operative Bank and MasterCard Worldwide throughout the country.

MasterCard and CB want to target more than 500 restaurants, retail outlets and hotels for POS devices by the end of the year, a statement from MasterCard released on March 4 says. While MasterCard will begin the rollout in Yangon, it plans to hit Nay Pyi Taw, Mandalay and Bagan towards the second quarter of 2013, the statement continues.

The transaction on March 4 was for the purchase of airline tickets routed through Mandalay International Airport. A POS device, also known as a POS terminal, is a computerised replacement for a cash register that can process debit and credit cards.

“The rollout of POS terminals across the country is a huge and significant step forward for CB and for Myanmar’s economy. Developing a new payment infrastructure will bring new opportunities to the country and will also provide opportunities to develop the frontline skills needed to support the country’s growth,” said U Kyaw Lynn, executive vice chairman and chief executive officer of CB, the statement reports.

Kanbawza Bank, Myanmar’s largest private bank, entered a bank license agreement with MasterCard for the acceptance and issuance of cards on February 26, U Zaw Lin Htut, KBZ’s general manager said.

“Following the Central Bank of Myanmar’s regulations, we can now accept transactions from international [MasterCard] card holders. We will start to allow MasterCard transactions at our ATMs first and then we plan to later deploy POS terminals at our merchants for MasterCard acceptance.

“We are now in the process of technical integration,” U Zaw Lin Htut told The Myanmar Times on March 6.

MasterCard also entered a bank license agreement with United Amara Bank. A representative from the private bank could not be reached for comment and the Central Bank of Myanmar could not confirm the date of the licensing agreement.

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ACO plans to invest $700m in Myanmar
By Aung Shin | Monday, 25 March 2013

ACO Investment Group from the United States is planning to invest US$700 million in Myanmar, including $200 million for the Yangon International Airport and $500 million for a telecommunication license, Bloomberg News reported on March 18.

“In the Asian markets, if you’re looking for growth, we would rather look at Myanmar versus the saturated markets of Thailand or Indonesia,” said Hari Achuthan, a former Credit Suisse Group banker and co-founder of ACO Investment Group, told Bloomberg.

U Win Swe Tun, deputy director general of the Department of Civil Aviation under the Ministry of Transportation told the Myanmar Times on March 20 that, “We called prequalification tenders for Yangon International Airport and 19 companies bid.”

“We selected 11 companies and they have to bid again with full information and qualifications we mentioned in the tender.

“ACO is included in the list of 11 prequalified companies but the final winner will only be announced after the next round in the tender process,” he said.

“The company will get long term operation of the airport with renovation investment, with the project starting in mid-2013.”

ACO Investment Group also passed prequalification for the two national telecoms licenses that will be released by the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology. Prequalification was held in February. 7Day News journal reported on March 20 that ACO has to bid with another 10 companies the licenses.

ACO also made an agreement with Mandalay Region government last month to develop solar energy farms generating 1000 megawatts (MW) of electricity in a $1.5 billion to $2 billion project in two years project, Bloomberg reported. The report added that ACO invested $500 million in solar farms and $250 million in wind farm projects in Vietnam.

Dr Myint Kyu, Mandalay Region’s Minister for Industry, said on March 22: “We signed a memorandum of understanding with on February 9 for a solar power project. The total power generated will be 1000MW and it will be supplied to the national grid. The company is now starting physical surveys in Mandalay Region.”

“The four steps of the project will be implemented in four places in Mandalay Region. Each step will generate 250MW. The project surveys are being done in Myingyan, Wuntwin, Kyaukse and Meiktila.

“ACO will sign a power purchasing agreement with the union government after the survey,” he said.

The US government has quickly eased sanctions against Myanmar in the past two years as Myanmar’s civilian government reforms. The two nations have enhanced political cooperation, trade and investment in that time, with the US Treasury Department issuing a general license allowing trade with four banks on February 24, including two owned by sanctioned individuals.

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Google Search now supports Myanmar language
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Today Google’s interface will be presented in Myanmar (Burmese) by default to users in Myanmar on a new homepage www.google.com.mm

There are more than 40 million Myanmar (Burmese) speakers and yet Internet penetration in Myanmar is less than 1%. It is our hope that by supporting this language, we can help the people of Myanmar and Myanmar (Burmese) speakers come online, access useful information and create content that can be shared with the world.

Google has adopted the Unicode-compliant Myanmar 3 Font (MM3), an international standard, which also supports the other languages of Myanmar; Mon, Karen, Kayah, Pali, Rumai Palaung and Shan. For those without a Unicode-compatible keyboard, we’ve included a new virtual keyboard in the search box itself.

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YANGON - The Ministry of Rail Transportation has announced a tender to implement an electronic ticket system aimed to facilitate commuters travelling on Yangon’s circular railway on March 29.
The electronic circular train permit can be used like the i-pay card that was previously used on buses, according to railway officials.
“Why we plan to use e-ticket is that there are an increasing number of circular train passengers. For that it will be more convenient. We are also upgrading our rail systems to reach international standards,” said an official from Yangon Central Railway Station.
The e-ticket system is being planned by mid-year for use on all circular trains in Yangon which connect the downtown commercial hub with outlaying suburbs and townships.
The Ministry of Rail Transportation has notified businesses who want to get the permit have to apply before April 11 at the Yangon Central Railway Station.
Previously, foreigners had to buy tickets using U.S. dollars but as of April 1, the tickets are being sold in Myanmar Kyat.
100,000 people use the circular train every day, including about 200 foreigners, according to Yangon Central Railway Station.
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Police said the 111 migrants had been left alone in the jungle after suspected human traffickers who had brought them into the country fled.

“They were found on a mountain and, from our initial investigation, the people who brought them fled so they were wandering alone,” Police Lieutenant Colonel Somkiat Ostaphun, deputy superintendent of Rattaphum police station, told Reuters.
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Germany's Research Center for Geosciences Says a Magnitude-7.1 Earthquake Has Struck Myanmar


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