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1.Adani Ports to invest in a new container terminal in Myanmar

An investment of US$ 290 mn has reportedly been confirmed by Adani Ports for a new container terminal at Yangon Port in Myanmar.


2.China to build a port in Myanmar

China and Myanmar is planning to develop a multi-billion dollar deep sea port in Kyaukpyu on the coast of Bay of Bengal.


3.ONGC exploring swap deals to import gas from Myanmar

A unit of ONGC is negotiating with Gazprom for supply of natural gas through a complex swap involving Russia, China and Myanmar.


4.India plans SEZ in Myanmar

Having already built a port in Myanmar, India now plans to set up a SEZ in Sittwe. The proposed SEZ


5.Myanmar port project to be completed in May

India is in fray for the reconstruction of Sittwe Port and the associated river transport facilities, as part of the Kaladan Multi-modal Transit Transport Project in Myanmar.


6.By the year 2020, we are targeting 50 per cent revenue from export

With three of every four Entrance Automation or Loading Bay Equipment being sold or installed by Gandhi Automations Pvt Ltd, we delve further into their offerings in a chat with Samir Gandhi, Managing Director, Gandhi Automations Pvt Ltd.


7.India-Myanmar-Thailand highway by 2016

The Kaladan Multi-modal Transit and India-Myanmar-Thailand trilateral highway - linking India with Myanmar and further to Southeast Asia is expected to be completed by 2016.


8.AP likely to benefit from green clearance exemption

The Arunachal Pradesh Government has stated that the Centre has decided to exempt environmental clearance for road projects located within 100 km of international borders.


9.AP likely to benefit from green clearance exemption

The Arunachal Pradesh Government has stated that the Centre has decided to exempt environmental clearance for road projects located within 100 km of international borders.


10.NMP handles large timber ship

A large timber ship, MV Riva Wind was berthed at New Mangalore Port on April 17, 2014. The ship carried 11,000 imported logs from Yangon, Myanmar on April 9, 2014. With a deadweight tonnage of 53,533 and an overall length of 190 m