In the first five months of the 2013-14 fiscal year (April to August inclusive), FDI topped US$1.8 billion, mostly focused in the garment manufacturing sector.
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Religious leaders pledge to cooperate with each other to stop communal violence.
Burma’s largest spirit festival has become a rare opportunity for the LGBT community to dress and act freely.
The Mae Tao Clinic in Mae Sot will soon be forced to relocate when its land lease expires.
The National Races Channel premiered on Sunday, becoming the first TV channel dedicated exclusively to Burma’s ethnic minorities.
Beauty contestant Khin Wint Wah wins the Miss Internet prize at the Miss Supranational pageant in Minsk on Saturday.
There has been an explosion of artistic expression across Burma, and artists and comedians are using the country’s reform process as inspiration.
At a time when Burma is navigating its way through a democratic transition, is it appropriate to give the press free reign or should the media be regulated until the country is more stable?
A new air-conditioned train service launches this weekend, offering tourists and pilgrims the chance to travel from Rangoon to the historical Buddhist site of Kyaiktiyo.
Burma is due to host the ASEAN Para Games for the first time this December but athletes say the training facilities are substandard and lack proper equipment.