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Myanmar consumer group makes bonfires out of illegal snacks.
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The Burmese Federal Reserve said on Wednesday that it will continue its plan to adopt the Kyats, the local reserve from 1 April, in its first open declaration on steps to change the country's foreign policy system. Said she'd quote a benchmark price every single second. One high-ranking Burmese civil servant said Burma is going over to a single foreign rate instead of the formal and parallel collapsing prices.
Since most of the world' s propane flows into Thailand, one Burmese civil servant says Burma can deliver less than half of what the nation needs inland. They produce about 1.47 billion cu. ft. of methane per diem and export 1.2 billion to Thailand. Of the 270 million cu. ft. held at home, only 48 per cent covered internal consumption, said Zaw Aung, head of the Myanma Petroleum & Petroleum Enterprises State Department of the State.
Than Htay, the oil minister, in January pledged to keep natural-gas production at home after he had fulfilled his obligations to China and Thailand.
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Mr. Zaw graduated in Botany from Yangon University in Yangon, Myanmar. During a 1988 demonstration at Yangon University's Hlaing Campus at the tender of 20, he was imprisoned to demonstrate against Ne Win's sect. Then he was held in Insein Jail for 10 consecutive ordeals.
Aung Zaw escaped to Bangkok, Thailand, where he founded The Irrawaddy, a news magazine called after Myanmar's biggest rivier. Locations listed in Myanmar in relation to the capitol Naypyidaw. "Irrawaddy:
Any news Burma considers "unsuitable". ab" Burmanet" Irrawaddy: Exile publications, which are indispensable for coverage of what is happening in Burma, say journalist Htet Aung. "The promise of reform brings danger and opportunity to Burma's exile journalists" - via world.time.com. "The Burmese Aung Zaw" - via www.washingtonpost.com.
Aung, Nyan Lynn. "Irrawaddy suspended Myanmar's printout, goes fully digital." Mm-times. Aung Zaw receives Shorenstein Journalist Award 2013". Was the Burmese military regime behind the Irrawaddy website bombing? Aung Zaw, Burma Awards. Journalist Protection Commitee.