Tuesday, September 25, 2007

MYANMAR - WHERE ?. MONKS MEDLING NOW.-Sept 2007 Tail of China,can't wag the tail..

Ministry of Industry.

There are two departments and six enterprises under the Ministry of Industry, which is producing basic necessities for the people thus taking part in the developing - of Myanmar Economy as other sectors are doing.

Yearly production, sales and export of the Ministry are shown in the following table.

Year [In Black]
Production[In Red]
Sales[In Green]
Export[In Blue]
There are six industries taking direct responsibility for the production of foods as mentioned under. [a]
Myanmar Textile Industries.
Myanmar Foodstuff Industries.
Myanmar Pharmaceutical Industries.
Myanmar Ceramic Industries.
Myanmar General and Maintenance Industries.
Myanmar Paper and Chemical Industries.
Under Myanmar Textile Industries, there are Textile Mill, Textile Mills and Finishing Plants, Dyeing and Printing Factory, Garment Factories. Blanket terry towel Factories and Sewing Thread Factories established all over the country.
The Ministry of Industry has arranged the possibilities for its enterprises and external businessmen in order to participate in the fields of:
Co-operation as follows:
Joint Venture Business.
Total investment of these 1O JV companies amounts to Kyats 708.48 millions including US$ 14.62 millions in the form of foreign currency. (b)The Status of Buy Back System. Out of the industries of Ministry of Industry ,
3 Factories are under Myanmar.
The Industries,
Myanmar Foodstuff Industries,
Myanmar Phanmaceautical Industries, Myanmar General and Maintenance Industries and Myanmar Paper and Chimed Industries cooperate with local and foreign entrepreneurs and departments in ,rider to efficiently utilize the surplus capacity of machines of the enterprises without infecting the present production. Production under the buy back system included 2 tile fabrics. Garments, biscuits, wafer, injections, chemical powders, 9 alcohols, different kinds of soaps, plastic sections, plastic have, margarine. Nooden boxes and Interments. Paying back the cost of machinery with manufacturing cost of tin. Iced goods

Inver this system, the Ministry of Industry in cooperation with local and for entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs, purchased the machines in order to establish.

Thanlyin Garmen Factory No. 5 in the form of Joint Venture between Myanmar Textile.
Enterprise all Daewoo Corporation of Korea.
Private Industrial Activities.

The Directorate of Regional Industrial Supervising and Inspection of 11 Ministry has permitted registration 136303 industries.According to the procedure under Private Industrial Enterprise Law, since February 1991 UP to December 1991

Industrial sector in Myanmar.

If one reviews the development and the future situation of the industrial SECTION high is inclusive in the national plans, one can see that the sector's participation it he national economic sector is 7.6 per cent in the fiscal 2000-2001; the target ratio the sector in the national economy in the fiscal 2002-2006 at the end of the third five car national plan is 10.2 per cent. In the previous five-year national economic plan !he industrial sector saw an annual average growth of 10.6 per cent. The tai-etc annual average industrial growth for the present five-year plan is 16.6 per cent. Apartm efforts for realizing is objectives, the Ministry of' Industry-1 should also give resistance for the success of the entire industrial sector including the private an Co - operative sectors.

At present, 83 main industries and 61 sub-industries totalling 144 industries of lie six branches of the Ministry of Industry-I are manufacturing 542 kinds of good arrangements are under way to extend new factories. enterprises and products.

It is heartening to note that the Ministry is successfully implementing it, tasks In fiscal 2000-2001, the performance o1 the Ministry's production sector was 16.0 per cent in fiscal 2000-2001 up from 11.3 per cent in fiscal 1999-2000.

It is targeted ed to achieve progress by 12.7 per cent in 2001-2002.

During the period of first three months, 21 per cent of the target set for the whole year had been achieved. The same period last year, only 19.7 percent of the target was achived the performance of this year is higher than that of last year.

1 State-owned industries 1611.
2 Co-operative industries 637.
3 Private-owned industries 5110.
Total 7347.
Registered private Industries in Industrial zones (31-5-2001).
1 Heavy industries 421.
2 Medium industries 637.
3 Cottage industries 5110.
Total 4159

No mention of Technical Textiles by this Governament in their program me{Dept of Industry}

WASHINGTON - The Bush administration imposed economic sanctions against more than a dozen senior officials of Myanmar on Thursday, condemning the military-run government's crackdown on protesters. President Bush also urged China to use its influence in the region to find a peaceful end to the standoff.

"The world is watching the people of Burma take to the streets to demand their freedom, and the American people stand in solidarity with these brave individuals," Bush said as the Treasury Department announced the sanctions against officials of Myanmar, also known as Burma.

"We feel admiration and compassion for the monks and peaceful protesters calling for democracy," Bush said. "Every civilized nation has a responsibility to stand up for people suffering under a brutal military regime like the one that has ruled Burma for too long."

National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley met at the White House on Thursday with Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi. During their meeting, Bush invited Yang to the Oval Office to thank him for helping facilitate U.N. special envoy Ibrahim Gambari's visit to Myanmar.

"President Bush expressed his concern for the people of Burma and asked Minister Yang that China use its influence in the region to help bring a peaceful transition to democracy in Burma," said Gordon Johndroe, a spokesman for the National Security Council.

The White House called on the junta to allow the U.N. special envoy full access to all relevant parties, including those jailed by the junta and religious leaders, while he is in Myanmar, beginning Friday.

The action by Treasury will freeze any assets that the individuals targeted have in U.S. banks or other financial institutions under U.S. jurisdiction. The order also prohibits any U.S. citizens from doing business with the designated individuals. Among those targeted for the sanctions are the junta leader, Senior Gen. Than Shwe, and the No. 2 man in the military regime, Deputy Senior Gen. Maung Aye.

"The president has made it clear that we will not stand by as the regime tries to silence the voices of the Burmese people through repression and intimidation," said Adam Szubin, director of Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control.

At the United Nations on Tuesday, Bush announced that the administration would impose new sanctions against the military dictatorship in Myanmar, accusing it of imposing "a 19-year reign of fear" that denies basic freedoms of speech, assembly and worship. Since the president's speech, the State Department has entered the names of a number of Burmese government and military officials, regime supporters and their family members into its visa system to ensure they are not granted permission to visit the United States, Johndroe said.

Bush said that by its own account, the junta already has killed at least nine nonviolent demonstrators, and many others have been injured and arrested as they seek to express their views peacefully.

"I urge the Burmese soldiers and police not to use force on their fellow citizens," he said. "I call on those who embrace the values of human rights and freedom to support the legitimate demands of the Burmese people."

The President Mr.G.Bush forgets " PAKISTAN ".

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