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(Reuters) - The day the military seized power in Myanmar three weeks ago, Phyu delved into her company's emergency funds and gave her staff a one-month advance on their salaries.
YANGON (AFP): Early bird customers of a military-owned bank queued anxiously as dawn light crept over Yangon, after a strict new limit on daily cash withdrawals fuelled rumours of a money shortage in post-coup Myanmar.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Bank Central Asia (BCA), Indonesia’s largest privately owned bank, has seen its net profit dip for the first time in at least 16 years as the Covid-19 pandemic affected loan demand and credit repayments.
HANOI: The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has requested its branches, credit institutions, foreign bank branches, and the National Payment Corporation of Vietnam (NAPAS) ensure the safety of banking operations during the upcoming Lunar New Year holiday.
YANGON (Reuters): Businesses in Myanmar are bracing themselves for a grim economic fallout from Monday's (Feb 1) coup, which has stirred memories of the dark days of military rule and international isolation that stifled the country's development.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): There are over 600 Malaysians currently registered with the Embassy of Malaysia in Yangon, Myanmar, where most of them comprise businessmen and professionals working with various companies, and quite a number of them are with their families, said Malaysia’s embassy in Myanmar.
(Reuters) - Swaggering supporters of Myanmar's army chief swung through the streets of Yangon, waving national flags from pickup trucks to cheer on his coup against a democratically elected government.
(Reuters) - Myanmar's military seized power on Monday in a coup against the democratically elected government of Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, who was detained along with other leaders of her party in early morning raids.
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