August 13, 2017

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No foreign fuel station allowed in Myanmar

The Ministry of Energy has denied allowing foreign firms to run fuel stations in Myanmar, with an official saying that licences have been issued to Myanmar nationals.
The number of fuel stations owned by local businesspeople has now hit 1,355, according to the ministry.
Confusion is largely due to some stations whose names and logos are somewhat similar to those of foreign fuel firms, an official said, citing PT Power, a fuel station located near Ocean Supermarket in Ottarathiri township in Nay Pyi Taw, as similar to Thailand’s PTT in terms of its logo and name.

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