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Listing of Myanmar papers
These are a lists of papers in Burma. a ^ a bar ªMonopolistic state papers are creating a new movement to establish a highly competetive newspaper industry. May 22, 2013. Accessed May 23, 2013. a ^ a d i d a " Myanmar Privately-run Newspapers". April 1, 2013. Accessed April 3, 2013. SIMON ROUGHNEEN, SIMON (26 August 2013).
"The Burmese papers, a day-to-day fight for profit." Accessed August 26, 2013. MacLeod, Calum (May 16, 2013). "Burma is enjoying a newspaper bust on its way out of dictatorship." Accessed May 23, 2013. Two more dailies in Myanmar. May 1, 2013. Accessed May 23, 2013. From " " " ": Concealed categories:
On-line news-portal, digital newspaper starts up today, Germany
yesterdays, the Ministry of Information created the online news portal and the digital newspaper, thus entering the digital age. Speaking at the official opening of Myanmar Digital News (MDN), a JV between the Ministry of Information and Megalink Advanced Technologies Co, Union Minister Dr. Pe Myint said that the current administration is chosen by the electorate and has a duty to keep them informed about its work and what is going on in the state.
"The Department agreed to start the MDN online newspaper as it becomes increasingly widespread in the state. Today it is noted that consumers are using messages on cell phone instead of hard copy, and other consumer electronic communications are turning to online advertising in Myanmar," the Union Minister said. Meanwhile, the state audio-visuals are responsible for giving the government official the views of the population.
In addition, he encouraged proposals from civil servants and the general community to enhance the Ministry's electronic communications to bring benefits to the population. At the official opening ceremonies of the company's new business, Dr. Pe Myint, Executive Director of New and Periodicals Enterprises United Kyaw Soe and Megalink Advanced Technologies Co Ltd's Chief Executive Officer United Than Htaik at Thingaha Hotel in Nay Pyi Taw, was the chair.
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