Myanmar opens international airport in new capital

Myanmar opened a new international airport in its capital Naypyitaw Monday, with regional leaders the first to use the new facility that will handle up to 65,000 flights per year. Naypyitaw International Airport will be Myanmar’s third international facility after Mandalay and the commercial capital Yangon. The airport was developed by Burmese construction company Asia […]

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Vietnam's Construction projects slow to a crawl

Ninety-nine per cent of construction projects in Viet Nam have fallen behind schedule, with red tape and delayed land clearance procedures seen as leading causes for the delays, Deputy Minister of Construction Bui Pham Khanh told a seminar held here yesterday by the Federation of Civil Engineering Associations (FCEA). State-financed projects were not immune from […]

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Vietnam’s Construction projects slow to a crawl

Ninety-nine per cent of construction projects in Viet Nam have fallen behind schedule, with red tape and delayed land clearance procedures seen as leading causes for the delays, Deputy Minister of Construction Bui Pham Khanh told a seminar held here yesterday by the Federation of Civil Engineering Associations (FCEA). State-financed projects were not immune from […]

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Winners of South East Asia Property Awards announced

Winner s of the inaugural South East Asia Property Awards 2011 were announced this evening (November 30, 2011), at a glittering Gala Dinner and presentation ceremony attended by over 300 industry leaders and guests at Singapore’s Hotel Fort Canning. “The South East Asia region has some of the worlds’ most innovative and interesting property developments, […]

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Gunkul puts B60bn in Burma wind farms

Looking for partners for 1,000MW project SET-listed Gunkul Engineering Plc broadened its focus from domestic engineering contractor to invest in a Burmese wind farm worth 60 billion baht generating 1,000 megawatts. It is seeking partners interested in capturing the vast infrastructure demand in Burma to join its wind farm project. Chief executive Gunkul Dhumrongpiyawut said […]

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Vietnam building second terminal at Hanoi airport

Vietnam has begun construction of a second terminal to ease overcrowding at the only airport in the nation’s capital, the government said. Officials held a ceremony at the Noi Bai airport on Sunday to break ground on the four-storey facility which is being funded by more than 75 billion yen ($961 million) in Japanese aid, […]

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Erawan pursues five-year plan to develop 14 hotels in Thailand

Undeterred by the recent |flood disaster, the Erawan Group is sticking with its five-year business plan to develop 14 hotels with a total of 2,800 rooms and seek to acquire properties, as well as prepare for expansion abroad as the Asean Economic Community (AEC) nears implementation in 2015. The group has just reviewed its 2011-15 […]

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Construction works begin for Laos'Hongsa Power Plant

Construction began on a US$3.7 billion lignite power plant that is to become Laos’ largest electricity generator upon startup in 2016. The Hongsa Power Co – a 40-40-20 joint venture among Thailand’s Banpu Power Ltd, Ratchburi Electricity Generating Holding Plc and Lao Holding State Enterprise – broke ground on the project last week, the Vientiane […]

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Construction works begin for Laos’Hongsa Power Plant

Construction began on a US$3.7 billion lignite power plant that is to become Laos’ largest electricity generator upon startup in 2016. The Hongsa Power Co – a 40-40-20 joint venture among Thailand’s Banpu Power Ltd, Ratchburi Electricity Generating Holding Plc and Lao Holding State Enterprise – broke ground on the project last week, the Vientiane […]

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