Eleven Media Group (Myanmar)

YANGON (Eleven Media Group/ANN) - METRO Myanmar aims at becoming a market leader in the domestic market that can help promote cooperation and sustainable development in economic enterprise.

NAYPYITAW (Eleven Media Group/ANN) - Tatmadaw (defence services) will decisively fight against narcotic drugs, which is the main income source for the ethnic armed groups.

YANGON (Eleven Media Group/ANN) - Authorities issued security alert in airports including Yangon, Mandalay and Nay Pyi Taw airports due to reports of potential attacks, according to Department for Civil Aviation (DCA).

NAYPYITAW (Eleven Media Group/ANN) - Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population has primarily chosen Yangon, Bago, Ayeyawady, Kayin, and Mon for the child labour elimination projects, according to the 3rd coordination meeting of the Myanmar National Committee on Child Labour Eradication.

NAYPITAW (Eleven Media Group/ANN) - More than 7,800 jade lots and 480 gems lots were sold through open tender system and Mid-year Myanma Gems Emporium for 2019 realized 500 million euros from the sales of 5,885 gems and jades lots.

YANGON (Eleven Media Group/ANN) - The 7th Joint Committee of Myanmar-Singapore Ministerial Meeting was held at Melia Yangon Hotel in Yangon on September 24.

NAYPITAW (Eleven Media Group/ANN) - There can be distrust toward the Union Election Commission formed by the ruling government but the ruling National League for Democracy party itself has a clear conscience, said NLD vice chairman (2) Dr Zaw Myint Maung. 

BAGO, Myanmar (Eleven Media Group/ANN) - Till September 20, the number of H1N1 death toll reached 115, with one more death reported in Bago Region, according to the Ministry of Health and Sports.

YANGON (Eleven Media Group/ANN) - Yangon International Airport is providing 34 international airlines and 33 international flights until September 20 in 2019 as it is an entrance of foreign visitors to Myanmar, said a source from Yangon International Airport (YIA).

NAYPITAW (Eleven Media Group/ANN) - Expense of State-owned businesses will hit US$8 billion in the coming fiscal year and corruption is likely to be in some businesses if there is no significant reform, according to a report from MATA (Myanmar Alliance for Transparency and Accountability).