Asia Express Myanmar

Asian Express Myanmar

Bus station, Mingalardon township, Yangon region, Myanmar. Thet Thet Naing, director of the Asia Express Company, said that some of the complaints made by residents in their letters of complaint were false. YGN (ASIA EXPRESS CO., LTD. based in Myanmar.


The Myanmar Times rejects allegations

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Thet Thet Naing added that the firm provided a combined of more than 16,000 sq. metres of car park for units A and B. She said, however, that some Pearl Condo inhabitants were expecting to give a car park for each flat, as other smaller condominiums sometimes offer. It also upheld Asia Express's ruling to lease the safety house at the Sayar San Road entry to another entity, saying that the entity had the right to use the premises and all land under the third storey of the premises in the sole ownership of the promoter.

"We have already made it clear in our agreements that the first, first and second floors are owned by the business and are available as a commercial area. "We dispute any reproach that these areas are shared spaces for the inhabitants. Those areas have nothing to do with the inhabitants or the housing committee.

It is insulting to the business and its reputation when developers say they have leased the shared room to other companies," she said. Thet Thet Naing added that amenities such as public baths, gyms and mini-driving areas have been incorporated into the zoning area. Said one of the reasons Asia Express did not build recreational amenities in the condominium was because it was still investing in equipment, and added that the airline had recently invested K360 million (about $450,000) to set up a 33KVA power subsystem for the C, D and E units.

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