Labour dispute resolved between contractor and workers on Myanmar’s US$600 million Yoma Central mixed development project in Yangon

Labour dispute resolved between contractor and workers on Myanmar’s US$600 million Yoma Central mixed development project in Yangon SEE ALSO: Workers Protest At Yoma Central Construction Site To Demand Paid Leave During The Myanmar Thingyan Holiday (Songkran) A labour dispute between the contractor and construction workers of the US$600 million Yoma Central mixed development project […]

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Thailand Rejects New Technical Report on Laos’ Large-Scale Mekong Mainstream Dam

Thailand Rejects New Technical Report on Laos’ Large-Scale Mekong Mainstream Dam Laos says it plans to inspect all existing dams for safety every five years. Thailand has rejected a new technical report on Laos’ Sanakham dam project, one of nine large-scale Mekong River mainstream dams integral to Vientiane’s controversial economic strategy of becoming the “Battery […]

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33-room luxury Bangkok Riverside hotel constructed in 130-year-old building to open by 2025

33-room luxury Bangkok Riverside hotel constructed in 130-year-old building to open by 2025 A 4.6-billion-baht boutique hotel development project located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River is scheduled to be completed in 2025, says the Treasury Department. Home to a 130-year-old building owned by the Treasury Department, the five-rai project is being developed […]

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Myanmar Signs Power Purchase Deal with a Thai-based engineering and construction company

Myanmar Signs Power Purchase Deal with a Thai-based engineering and construction company A state-owned enterprise in Myanmar has signed a power-purchase agreement with a Thai-based engineering and construction company which plans to develop a US$685 million (911 billion kyats) power plant in Yangon. On Wednesday, the agreement was signed by Electric Power Generation Enterprise, which […]

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Thailand’s domestic steel consumption is estimated to grow 5-8% in 2021 supported by the government’s infrastructure investment projects

Thailand’s domestic steel consumption is estimated to grow 5-8% in 2021 supported by the government’s infrastructure investment projects Domestic steel consumption is estimated to grow 5-8% this year, supported by the government’s infrastructure investment projects, says the Iron and Steel Industry Club under the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI). The club expects the government will […]

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