Despite soaring depression rates, mental health remains a foreign concept to many young people in Burma.
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Liquor license issuing will be curbed in order to reduce alcohol consumption, according to Deputy Minister for Home Affairs Brig-Gen Kyaw Kyaw Tun. Approval of applications will be based on[…]
Taxation of alcohol, cigarettes and tobacco products is set to increase in the new fiscal year starting in April. Amendments to the Union Taxation Bill will see duties increase from[…]
The Burmese government will soon allow the import of foreign wine brands, according to an official. Trade and Commerce Minister Win Myint said that the ministry has already approved the import[…]
As brands of Burmese alcohol compete with recently approved foreign liquor imports, Karenni villagers are fighting to retain local brewing customs.
Following two days of painstaking discussions, Burma’s Union Parliament has passed bills amending the Income Tax Law and the Commercial Tax Law.
7 Day Daily reported on 3 March that the Burmese Trade Ministry is in talks to lift a ban on the import of alcoholic drinks. Introduced in 1995, the ban[…]