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Myanmar (Burma): Country Profile

Population: 53.5 million
Capital City: Naypyitaw (population 200,000). Major Centre of Population: Rangoon (population 5.8 million).
People: (All figures estimated) Bamar (69%), Shan (8.5%), Karen (6.2%), Rakhine (4.5%), Mon (2.4%), Chin (2.2%), Kachin (1.4%), Karrenni (0.4%), other indigenous (0.1%) and foreign nationalities (including Burmese Indian & Sino Burmese people) 5.3%
Languages: Burmese is the official language. There are numerous other ethnic minority languages.
Religion(s): Buddhism is the predominant religion. The other main religions are Christianity, Islam and Animism.
Currency: Kyat

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Insurance News Update in Myanmar (Burma)
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Singaporeans visiting Mandalay should exercise 'high degree of caution':...
Travellers to Myanmar are encouraged to register at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website, after violent riots saw a curfew imposed in the country's second-largest city.
5 journalists jailed 10 years for Myanmar stories
Four reporters and the chief executive of the magazine they work for were sentenced Thursday to 10 years of hard prison labor for violating Myanmar's national security by writing and publishing stories about a weapons...
Myanmar and Thailand burn US$400m of seized drugs
Myanmar and Thailand incinerated some US$400 million worth of narcotics to mark World Drugs Day, but the United Nations warned opium production was on the rise in the ...
Dhipaya manages a foothold in Laos
Insurance firm aims to have regionwide presence in five years
Myanmar Investment Conference 2014 (Sept 25-27) in Yangon at UMFCCI
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Thai gov?t insurance firm eyes Cambodia
According to the report, Dhipaya aims to expand its general insurance offering throughout the region within the next five years, starting with Laos and Cambodia, then Myanmar and Vietnam.
Nascent Insurance Markets (Cambodian, Cuban and Myanmar) Opportunities for Forei... adds ?Insight Report Nascent Insurance Markets and Opportunities for Foreign Insurers? to its store. The report covers nascent insurance markets & Insights into the Cambodian, Cuban and Myanmar insurance industries. (PRWeb June 26, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb....
Nascent Insurance Markets and Opportunities for Foreign Insurers: Insight Report
ResearchMoz presents this most up-to-date research on Insight Report: Nascent Insurance Markets and Opportunities for Foreign Insurers. View all report in Insurance Category at . (PRWeb June 27, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb...
Myanmar: Has the ?Frontier? Economy?s Time Finally Arrived?
Japanese businesses have begun investing heavily in Myanmar, but with some degree of caution as the fledgling democracy tries its hand at economic reforms.
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