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Myanmar Times | English Daily Newspaper Online
It' a personal newspaper in English. Contains national, international, sports, business and regional (Burmese) headlines. Each of these message items is characterized by high quality of service, which is appreciated by the population. In addition to the printed version, there is also an online version that provides the latest information.
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One more Myanmar paper a day
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"The paper will contain 10 of the 20 pages we will be publishing every day, and we will have room for additional pages if necessary," he said. Maung Maung Hla already has eight magazines. On March 18, the Union Solidarity and Development Party released a test edition of the Union paper (Pyidaungsu) and handed it out free of charge to members of parliament in the country's capitol Nay Pyi Taw.
In the first March of this year, the Ministry of Information had already approved eight newspapers for publication from April 1.