Myanmar’s commercial and financial landscape has changed since 2011. The government must redouble its efforts to sustain growth.
Myanmar issues a new Myanmar Companies Act to attract foreign investment. The local companies are expected to take their businesses to a level.
Myanmar faces challenges at its borders. The Rohingya people remain marginalised, but workers forced to return from Thailand receive assistance from Myanmar’s government.
China proposed the construction of a Y-shaped China-Myanmar Economic Corridor. The plan will deepen the bilateral cooperation between China and Myanmar.
Despite missing investment targets, Myanmar’s economy is still growing.
Myanmar needs to tackle the problem at its roots before it can address the ensuing Rohingya crisis.
There is evidence of ISIS cells expanding across Bangladesh. It is only a matter of time before it spills over into Rakhine State.
Malaysia and Myanmar clashed over the Rakhine humanitarian crisis. Malaysia’s motivations deserve scrutiny.
As the Rohingya crisis escalates, ISIS-affiliated groups prepare to launch a jihad against the government of Myanmar.
President Joko Widodo’s critics have left him with little choice but to take action to bring peace to Myanmar. Will other ASEAN states follow suit, or will Indonesia stand alone?