The Union Election Commission’s disturbing behaviour towards journalists stirs memories of military rule, when it was dangerous to question those in authority.
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The Union Election Commission’s disturbing behaviour towards journalists stirs memories of military rule, when it was dangerous to question those in authority.

မှန်ကန်သင့်တော်တဲ့ အရည်အချင်းနဲ့ လုပ်ငန်းကျွမ်းကျင်မှုရှိတဲ့ လူငယ်ပရော်ဖက်ရှင်နယ်တွေ၊ နည်းပညာရှင် တွေ ရှားပါးတာကြောင့် အလုပ်သမားဈေးကွက်အတွင်းက လုပ်ခလစာနှုန်းထားတွေ မြင့်တက်လျက်ရှိပါတယ်။

In July 2014, the Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business named Yangon-based Parami Energy as the most responsible and transparent company in the country’s energy sector. Two weeks ago, the World Economic Forum added another accolade: Parami was invited to join its exclusive Community of Global Growth Companies. Eligible companies have a turnover of at least US$100 million and are committed to having a positive effect on the economies and societies in which they operate. Frontier spoke with Parami CEO Ken Tun about his vision for natural resources development in Myanmar and the country’s future as a supplier of energy to Southeast Asia.

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