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Myanmar's real-estate market would become more buoyant if regulations on pricing and related issues were to be strengthened, experts said recently. At the "Property Report Congress Myanmar 2016," developers and bankers urged the government to improve infrastructure and regulatory reforms.
 
Mekong crossing
A passenger stands on the foredeck of a ferry as it crosses the Mekong river from Arey Ksat to the main city of in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Friday, July 1. Ferries are used daily to transport villagers and products over the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers from Arey Ksat to Phnom Penh.
 
Myanmar's newly reformed investment commission will this month start scrutinizing some US$2.3 billion in proposed foreign investment projects that have been held up since April, a senior official said on Friday.
 
Myanmar gem firms say $100m 'missing' from industry fund
An embezzlement probe has been launched after nearly $100 million vanished from a fund set up by Myanmar's gem companies, a trade body said Thursday, raising corruption fears in an industry notorious for its shady dealings.
 
Militant commander Hazar Khan gave up his 15-year insurgency in Pakistan's Balochistan last year, and now he hopes for a job with the very government he stood against, as the province prepares for a great leap forward fueled by Chinese investment.
 
Business cycle
A street vendor sells "banh da" (rice crackers) carried on her bicycle in downtown Hanoi on May 17.
 
Later this month, Taipei International Gift & Stationary Show (台北國際禮品暨文具展) will be held at the Taipei World Trade Center.
 
Stories of Bangladeshis traversing the world in search of employment or business are common. From South Korea to Abu Dhabi, from Europe to Australia, there shall be Bangladeshis creating a livelihood to be found.
 
Bleak tourist season faces Bhutan, the same as last year
If the spring season is an indication of international tourist arrivals in Bhutan, the tourism industry is not in for a good year with the numbers not encouraging in the first quarter, from January to March.
 
Tricks of the trade: Myanmar investors study for new bourse
Inside the graceful halls of Myanmar's first modern bourse a huddle of business leaders crowds into a crash course on sharetrading, as the former junta-run country takes another leap towards economic revitalization.
 
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