Two foreign companies from Thailand and China are making feasibility study on generating electricity in Myanmar through the use of wind power, according to the Ministry of Electric Power on Monday.
Myanmar's local firms are seeking joint operation with foreign counterparts in oil and gas exploration and production on mutually beneficial basis for the development of the energy sector.
Japanese automobile company Nissan will manufacture motor vehicles in Myanmar, said a press release of the company here Friday.
The company won the license for the move in the country in August with Tan Chong Motor (Myanmar) Co., Ltd. granted the rights to assemble and distribute Nissan vehicles locally.
Singapore-based Centre for Management Technology (CMT) announced that Union Minister U Khin Maung Soe, Ministry of Electric Power will deliver the Opening Address for the 2nd Myanmar Power Summit to be held in Yangon from September 23 to 25.