Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida arrived in Burma on Sunday for two days of talks, where an announcement of further aid is expected to underscore the already strong bilateral relationship.
Has much changed in Burma in the year since Suu Kyi’s party attacked ‘blatant cronyism and corruption’, and how will its transformation to a prized economic asset impact on civilians?
Employees of PTT complain of low salaries and poor working conditions as strike threatens to bring further controversy to lucrative venture
Environmental groups demand impact assessments be carried out as bare minimum for existing and future energy projects in Burma
Shock cancellation of Tavoy coal-fired plant prompts Thai energy giant to moot possibility of constructing hydrocarbon plant in Burma
4,000 MW coal-fired power plant in Tavoy industrial complex in southern Burma cancelled after government cites public disquiet
Armed group says it will continue to resist the deep-sea port project until it is convinced of minimal impact on civilians