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Relocated Street Vendors Complain of Insufficient Space

RANGOON —Rangoon’s municipal committee is facing hurdles in managing the relocation of downtown street vendors to newly designated areas after several individuals complained they were not provided sufficient space to sell their goods.Keep reading  ...

Real estate sector FDI approvals account for bigger share this year

Myanmar’s real estate sector is receiving a far larger share of overall approved foreign direct investment (FDI) so far this fiscal year, according to data from the Directorate of Investment and Company Administration (DICA).As of August 31, real estate had received 15 percent of total ...

Average population density in Yangon reaches to 16,000 per square mile

Yangon— The average population density for Yangon has reached about 16,000 people per square mile, and most of them are living in downtown areas, Sanchaung, Kyimyindine and Kamayut townships, according to the report of the Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC). Keep reading ...

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