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Chinese want to buy Myanmar hair

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Myanmar Hair wholesalers opened in the villages of Mandalay, exporting to China hair to be used in the production of films and historical telenovelas. “We have started a wholesale market for human hair on the ground floor of the house, where we lend 30,000 kyats per month for rent. Just as we are exporting hair in China, some Chinese buyers ... Read More »

Malaysia seeks new business opportunities in Myanmar

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Malaysia companies are seeking new business opportunities in Myanmar that the fall in export figures dented oil prices and the national economy was hit by a slowdown in Chinese growth. The price of crude oil and palm oil has fallen dramatically in the last year, the export value of hurting, said Wan Latiff Wan Musa, director of the Foreign Trade ... Read More »

Myanmar opened to the fight for the point of care overall

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After giving the Myanmar military to civilian rule in 2010, foreign investors rushed to establish factories and raze old neighborhoods to build luxury developments. Five years later, the country has only a precarious foothold in the global economy. The government has eased restrictions on the media and political dissent. Many people have access to the Internet and mobile phones before. ... Read More »

Myanmar hair business is growing rapidly

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Myanmar Hair export in China began more than a decade and the demand is increasing rapidly. Probably because of the growing popularity of hair extensions and wigs, exports have increased tenfold. Long hair is synonymous with beauty and now everyone wants long, thick lashes, especially a healthy and strong hair. Myanmar hair is just that! It has been described as ... Read More »

Myanmar to boost SME

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Small and medium enterprises to help them become competitive enterprises is the key to sustainable growth in Asia as the world recovers from the global economic downturn, a new report from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) said. “Asia has millions of SMEs, but few of them are able to develop to the point where they can innovate or be part ... Read More »

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