The Flower News 2007



The Flower News Vol. 3, No. 10 (March 6-12)



The Flower News Vol. 3, No. 8 (February 20-26)



The Flower News Vol. 3, No. 7 (February 13-19)



The Flower News Vol. 3, No. 6 (February 6-12)



The Flower News Vol. 3, No. 4 (January 23-29)


The Flower News
Vol. 3, No. 3 (January 16-22)


*       Onion price is still stronger even though there is regular supply of onion to Bayintnaung wholesale market. The price rise is as a result of increased demand and higher production cost. (January 12 news)
*       The high-quality CNG refilling machines will be imported from New Zealand and Italy to be installed at the 20 gas refill stations planned to open this year. (January 12 news)
*       About US$10.937million is generated during nine months in this fiscal year from crab export and the whole year earning is expected to be higher than last fiscal year's crab export earning of $11.12million. (January 12 news)
*       Dr Soe Lin from Wounthanu NLD confirmed that the major wards in Mandalay became the NLD-free zone as there were no NLD offices and members in those wards. (January 12 news)
*       Eight cruise ships carrying more than 3,300 tourists have visited here in 2006. Six cruise ships with 1,536 tourists visited last year. (January 12 news) 
*       Burmese and Bangladeshi travellers are allowed to have one-day travel passes for visiting two countries' border towns. Previously one-week travel passes were issued and such passes are likely to be reissued once election is completed in Bangladesh. (January 11 news)


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The Flower News Vol. 3, No. 1 (January 2-8)



The Flower News Vol. 2, No. 51 (December 26-January 1)