As regions like Sagaing plunge deeper into the chaos of Myanmar’s post-coup conflict, cases of sexual violence by both sides are on the rise and victims have few avenues to seek redress.
Widespread conflict has had a devastating impact on paddy farmers in war zones, but the slump in production is driving up prices for farmers in more stable areas, despite new onerous export restrictions.
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Ethnic armed groups have no incentive to sign the Myanmar government's ceasefire deal before the November elections.
Singapore drinks and property conglomerate Fraser and Neave says an assessment has valued its stake in Myanmar Brewery at US$560 million.
Frontier speaks to John Sartain, managing director of Hospitality Resource Solutions.
Frontier speaks to Dr Anna Khin Khin Kyawt, founder of SAIL Advertising.
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Lester Tan, the managing director of the joint venture overseeing Heineken's entry into Myanmar, on his company’s plans to challenge the dominance of Myanmar Beer.
Dutch brewer Heineken has entered Myanmar’s increasingly competitive beer market, opening a US$60 million brewery in a joint venture with a domestic partner at Hmawbi, about 30 miles north of Yangon. Lester Tan, the managing director of the APB ABC joint venture, spoke to Frontier about the company’s plans for Myanmar and its strategy for challenging Myanmar Beer’s dominant share of the market.