Monthly Archives: May 2010

“Whats is our core business?”

14th May 2010: Today I traveled to Kanbauk, a small village in southern Division of Thanintaryi in southern Myanmar, to attend to some staff problem. The flight time was 1 hour and 20 minutes on Twin Otter 300 series and … Continue reading

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“Book me AirAsia free ticket, please.”

May 2010: In this country banks are owned by the Government. Banking system is traditional and primitive. Read my previous post on this.  Only 2 banks can deal with foreign currencies. Banks have no products. No credit cards.  No debit … Continue reading

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Monsoon’s coming to Yangon, finally

May 17th 2010: It has been hot, really hot in Yangon for the last couple months. Temperature rised up to 46C in some areas. They expected rain during last Thingya n Water Festival, but God said NOT YET. A mosque … Continue reading

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“They are your employees, by Laws”

May 17th 2010: I was in his office to seek his legal opinion on our stand-off with our employees at our plant in southern Myanmar. He was our local legal counsel, so to speak. Counsel’s view was crystal clear. They … Continue reading

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