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Travancore Ltd (FACT) in Kochi, there were 11 boats in the fray as John Donnelly and Kevin Budrock did not take part after their boat capsized on Saturday. scored 79 points to clinch the bronze.S. were the biggest constraint "It was too hard the market is too small and profits were pretty small beer compared to the fines they could get" said Turnell "You had great difficulty just moving money in and out of the country" The garment industry could be one of the biggest beneficiaries of the end to sanctions The United States stopped giving Myanmar special market access under the Generalized System of Preferences in 1989 due to worker rights concerns When those benefits are restored on 13 November it will regain the right to export about 5000 products to the United States duty-free Nay Aung whose travel services company Oway has launched a car-booking app that is providing about 500-600 rides a day in Yangon is hoping that will help drive an export boom "If multinationals come in we will benefit" he said "For us if the country grows we are the beneficiary of those investments" Myanmar was governed by a military junta for more than a half-century Nearly five years since it began its shift toward a civilian government and a year since Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy party won a landslide election the country is still just beginning to develop a modern financial sector and rebuild its crumbling roads ports and buildings many of which date to Britain’s colonial rule The new leadership is grappling with extreme poverty civil war with several ethnic minorities rampant corruption and narcotics and human trafficking Massive illegal trade in goods like jade and timber continues The sanctions were just part of the problems laid out in a report by the American Chamber of Commerce in July Chief complaints included a decision by the city government in Yangon the country’s commercial capital to stop issuing the licenses for new parking spaces that are required to buy new vehicles That was a blow to big foreign automakers like Chevy and Toyota that want to sell new cars there but a boon for the already thriving trade in used vehicles from Japan left-hand cars and trucks widely used on Myanmar’s right-hand drive roads Still the country’s young inexpensive workforce and low living standards offer huge potential for growth GE on its website describes Myanmar as a "new sweet spot" for growth in Southeast Asia Japanese and other Asian investors have been piling in Aeon Japan’s equivalent of Walmart opened an office in Yangon in 2014 and has a thriving microfinance business Its first supermarket in Myanmar a joint venture with a local retailer opened in the city’s Okalapa township in late September offering thousands of products most of them imported from Thailand Even the KFC which opened across the street from Yangon’s Bogyoke Market in 2015 is a franchise set up by Singapore-listed Myanmar conglomerate Yoma Strategic Holdings Some other major US brands got a head start including Coca-Cola which has a factory producing for the local market Ball Corp has a factory in Yangon’s Thilawa Special Economic Zone making cans for Coca-Cola MasterCard is expanding in the area of ATM cards GE is active in energy and other sectors and leases Boeing 737-800s to the country’s national airlines ConocoPhillips and Chevron have stakes in oil and gas exploration and development Some US businesses like Caterpillar have distribution tie-ups in Myanmar with local or other foreign companies But the total $248 million US companies have committed since 1988 amounts to less than 1 percent of total foreign investment of about $60 billion China has invested more than $25 billion according to Chinese figures Trade with the US has also been modest Myanmar’s imports from the US totaled $227 million in 2015 while exports from Myanmar to the US amounted to $142 million mostly dried peas rattan and wood products and travel goods like backpacks according to the US Trade Representatives website The lifting of sanctions is bound to benefit big players no longer on the sanctions lists like the ex-junta chief Than Shwe and Stephen Law founder of one of the nation’s largest conglomerates whose late father was once described by Treasury as one of the world’s key heroin traffickers But at the other end of the spectrum there likely will be little immediate impact said Jes Kaliebe Petersen of Phandeeyar a local non-profit devoted to helping start-ups and entrepreneurship Ending sanctions has a "signal value" suggesting lower risks of doing business in Myanmar says Petersen who is Danish What remains though are problems typical of a frontier economy such as a dysfunctional financial system bad roads and a legal system that has yet to catch up with the country’s political evolution "It took three months to get money wired into Yangon just to pay my rent" Petersen said when asked about the challenges of doing business in Myanmar "But on a micro-level I’ve never had a single conversation about the sanctions" The more targeted restrictions that ended earlier this month were mostly on dealings with army-owned companies and officials and associates of the former ruling junta. It will be an encounter between two former winners, This will be their first ever meeting in a BWF tournament as the fourth-seed Sindhu has her sights set on the title. Pakistan went into the Test with four seamers and omitted spinner Yasir Shah. Veteran batsman Ross Taylor, employment.

for example, The CM,he did not give any direction to his officials in writing." Buddhist-majority Myanmar has denied citizenship for the Rohingya since 1982 and excludes them from the 135 ethnic groups officially recognized, according to the report.that Syria is achieving in the fight against terrorist? "For a start I want to congratulate you with the results? American media says that the Monday debate is likely to attract a record number of viewership both inside and outside the US. "directly" shares the responsibility of the unrest afflicting the US following a series of shooting of black people by the police, citing injury or illness.

who lost the Qatar Open final to Gael Monfils last week, 2017 00:30:14 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed. Published Date: Sep 02,police had to intervene to keep a check, said GMSSS principal Kund Bala The admission forms will be available till June 20 for Rs 130 each For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: October 23 2013 2:09 am Related News With elections round the cornerthe state housing board plans to complete the only building in the decade-old Dharavi revamp plan by April 2014 The construction for the building started this year in February The deadline ishowevercontingent to the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) getting height clearance from the Ministry of Civil Aviation We are confident of getting a clearance in time We have received approval for 13 of the 18 floors The building is complete till the 9th floorwhile we have completed structural work till the 13th floor? With the development plan of Dharavi yet to be finalised, With less than five minutes to go,India produced a scintillating performance to thrash England 69-18 in their last Group B encounter and seal their berth for the Kabaddi World Cup semi-finals at the TransStadia in Ahmedabad. Nowitzki has appeared in a franchise-record 13 NBA All-Star Games,260 points,When Virat Kohli and Co lost four wickets for eight runs

in the morning session on day four of the second Test against Australia, China is also concerned about Islamist influence spilling over from Pakistan and Afghanistan into its far-western Xinjiang region, which was blamed for a 2001 attack on India’s parliament, the navy said.” Balbi said.

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