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Five Staff from Shwe Yaung Pya have been assessed The Occupation of Rubber Latex Harvesting Worker at Level (1)

Five Staff from Shwe Yaung Pya have been assessed The Occupation of Rubber Latex Harvesting Worker at Level (1), which was held at perenial crop resarch & development estate (Mudon) from 26 Feb 2018 to 13 Mar 2018, organized by National Skill Standard Authority (NSSA)၊ DOA Department of Agriculture၊ PCRDC and PCRDE.

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This was attended by 60 participants from different locations and examined from 15 to 17 Mar 2018. Shwe Yaung Pya aimed to polish staff as certified skilled worker and sent five of them named U Saw Thiha, U Kyaw Naing Oo, U Saw Zaw Win Maung, U Saw Min Aung and U Arkar Lwin.

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State Minister for Financial Services of Japan, Mr. Takao Ochi and delegates met with U Zaw Zaw

U Zaw Zaw, Executive Chairman of both AYA Financial Group and Max Myanmar Group, met with the visiting State Minister for Financial Services of Japan Mr. Takao Ochi and delegates at Eureka Room at Novotel Yangon Max Hotel today at 11 am and discussed cordially issues regarding Myanmar’s Financial and Monetary Sector.

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First off, Chairman U Zaw Zaw thanked the visiting State Minister’s and delegates for their visit to Myanmar and expressed gratitude to the Japanese Government’s will and assistance to help Myanmar in many ways during these years. He also expressed that Myanmar and Japan have been enjoying very good bilateral relations in many sectors of Myanmar’s ongoing development and urges the Japanese Government to continue to do so. And as an entrepreneur from the private sector, U Zaw Zaw expresses his ongoing commitment and assistance in any way to strengthen bilateral economic ties to the visiting State Minister and Japan as a whole. The State Minister for Financial Services, Mr. Takao Ochi expresses his warm regards received during his visit to Myanmar and to have met U Zaw Zaw. He also pledged that the Japanese Government will continue to work and assist towards improvement of Myanmar’s Financial and Capital Market sector. Followed suite, both sides openly and amicably discussed further on the Myanmar’s Financial Market, current situation on Myanmar’s Economy and Myanmar’s landscape on future economic expansion and Foreign Direct Investment.

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The discussion was led by the Japanese State Minister of Financial Services, Mr. Takao Ochi, Japanese Ambassador to Myanmar H.E. Mr. Ichiro Maruyama and representatives from Japanese Financial Agencies and the Myanmar side was led by U Zaw Zaw, Executive Chairman of AYA Financial Group and Max Myanmar Group with members from both the Business Groups.

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