Myanmar: Condominium by-laws delayed with govt targeting completion by year’s end

Expectations that the law, which was finally passed after considerable debate and delay, would usher in a spate of foreign purchases of Myanmar real estate have so far proved unfounded.  U Min Htein, director general of the Department of Urban and Housing Development of the Ministry of Construction, told The Myanmar Times on October 10 that discussions were still proceeding with experts in an effort to complete and release the by-laws in December, setting out detailed regulations and procedures.    Read the article……………..


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