|Fri, 24 Oct 2014|
Lawyers in Myanmar are well accustomed to paying out a stream of bribes to clerks and judges as part of a widely acknowledged culture of graft. But when word spread last year about a judge’s wife demanding 0,000 for a favorable decision, even the most jaded lawyers took notice.
Source: The New York Times
|Wed, 22 Oct 2014|
On 9 October, 2014, the contents of a factory in Hlaing Tharyar, the largest industrial zone in Yangon, Myanmar, were tentatively auctioned off.
It marked the end to a labour dispute that highlighted the topsy-turvy nature of South Korean investment abroad and Myanmar’s industrial landscape.
Source: Equal Times
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