Abe Meets Myanmar Military Chief

Abe meets Myanmar military chief

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has called on Myanmar's military chief to address allegations of human rights violations against minority Rohingya Muslims.

Some 700,000 Rohingya have fled to neighboring Bangladesh since Myanmar's security forces launched a massive sweep operation against Rohingya militants in 2017.

Nissan Will Produce Vehicles In Myanmar

Nissan Will Produce Vehicles in MyanmarNissan has announced that it will begin producing cars in the Southeast nation of Myanmar for the first time by the end of 2016.
Vehicle assembly will be made in partnership with Tan Chong Motor Group and there are plans for a new manufacturing facility, in the Bago region, which will employ approximately 300 workers and have a capacity of 10,000 units, at full production.

Fuji Xerox And Gakken Holdings Provide Learning Materials To Children Of Myanmar

Fuji Xerox and Gakken Holdings Provide Learning Materials to Children of MyanmarAiming to help resolve educational disparity, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. and Gakken Holdings Co., Ltd. jointly began a project to provide learning materials to the children of Myanmar. Starting with elementary school children in the Yangon suburbs where many migrant workers reside, Fuji Xerox and Gakken Holdings plan to distribute a total of 16,000 learning materials to 4,000 children in the country by 2023.

Panasonic Opens B2c And B2b Showrooms In Myanmar, Indonesia And Cambodia

Panasonic Opens B2C and B2B Showrooms in Myanmar, Indonesia and CambodiaTowards improving market visualisation, Panasonic Asia Pacific and its group companies (Panasonic) opened four showrooms in Myanmar, Indonesia and Cambodia in the first half of 2015. The three showrooms in Yangon and Mandalay, Myanmar; and Phnom Penh, Cambodia; which showcase the company's full array of Business-to-Consumer (B2C) products and Business-to-Business (B2B) solutions, are integrated with service centres. Panasonic Business Showroom in Jakarta, Indonesia, is a dedicated B2B showroom targeted at government and business partners.

Mazda Opens First Dealership In Myanmar

Mazda Opens First Dealership in MyanmarMazda Motor Corporation announced today that operations have begun at the first Mazda dealership in Myanmar. Located in the center of Yangon, the opening of the new dealership means that Mazda vehicles are now on sale in all ten member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) .*

Nec And The Shwe Taung Group Provide Infrastructure For Myanmar Convention Centre

NEC and the Shwe Taung Group provide infrastructure for Myanmar Convention CentreShwe Taung Group, one of Myanmar's leading corporations, together with NEC Asia Pacific, a wholly owned NEC Corporation subsidiary and leading Singapore-based IT and network solutions provider, today announced their provision of network and security infrastructure for the Myanmar International Convention Centre in Nay Pyi Taw, the capital of Myanmar. NEC Asia Pacific is the main information and communications technology (ICT) provider for the convention centre.

Panasonic In The 27th Sea Games Myanmar 2013

Panasonic in the 27th SEA Games Myanmar 2013The SEA Games returned to Myanmar after 44 years since it first hosted in 1969. Under this year's concept of Green, Clean and Friendship, Panasonic took on as the first Official Main Sponsor to tie in a closer relationship with Myanmar.

Update Regarding Mitsubishi Motors Initiatives In Myanmar

Update Regarding Mitsubishi Motors Initiatives in MyanmarMitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC), Mitsubishi Corporation (MC), Yoma Strategic Holdings Ltd (YSH) and First Myanmar Investment Co., Ltd (FMI) have been working together on building a service structure for inspection, maintenance, and repair of MMC brand vehicles in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar (Myanmar), following Myanmar's recent deregulation of automobile importation and in consideration of the many MMC brand vehicles already on the road there, distributed mainly through the country's used car market.

Panasonic : New Solar Lantern Product Launch And Donation Ceremony In Myanmar

Panasonic : New Solar Lantern Product Launch and Donation Ceremony in MyanmarPanasonic aims to contribute to the progress and development of societies in developing and emerging countries through donating a total of 100,000 solar LED lanterns to people living in areas without electricity by 2018, the 100th anniversary of the company's founding. One of the key countries is in Myanmar. Read how Panasonic is active in contributing to the social development in Myanmar by making the solar lanterns available to the general public as well as providing donations.