Burmese authorities on Thursday put up a signboard naming a newly constructed bridge in Mon State after the late General Aung San, a controversial designation that has been met with protests by local residents.
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A US$2.3 billion coal-fired power plant is set to be built in Mon State under a new deal between the Toyo-Thai Corporation and Burma’s Ministry of Electric Power. The 1,280-megawatt[…]
A construction deal for a new oil and gas port in Moulmein [Mawlamyine] has been signed between Mon State regional government and Myanmar Offshore Supply Base Ltd (MOSB). The facility[…]
Singaporean company Asiatech Energy has obtained a loan from the United Overseas Bank to build a 230-megawatt power plant in Mon State. The combined cycle gas-fired power plant is expected to[…]
May 27, 2009 (DVB), Two bombs exploded near government buildings in the capital of Mon state this morning, following state-run newspaper reports yesterday on alleged bombing plots by exiled opposition[…]
May 10, 2008 (DVB), A Burmese police officer guarding a polling station in Taguntaing village in Mudon township, Mon State, was shot dead by an unknown gunman today at around[…]
Feb 21, 2008 (DVB), Residents of Klone Kanyar village were given orders by State Peace and Development Council troops on 1 February to leave their village within 15 days. Around[…]