Though soldiers cast ballots outside their bases for the first time in the November election, the military vote enabled the Union Solidarity and Development Party to clinch rare victories in borderland constituencies.
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A fleet of electric buses in Yangon would help to reduce air and noise pollution and contribute to a better quality of life in the commercial capital.
A Chinese firm involved in a planned US$2.5 billion redevelopment of Yangon Central Railway Station appears on the brink of collapse, with creditors launching legal action to recover loans made to the company.