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Over 7,800 Clashes Have Erupted Across the Country Since Coup

  • November 26, 2022
  • ISP Admin
From the start of the military coup to November 15 this year, at least 7,855 clashes have erupted across the country Of these, at least 4,548 clashes broke out between the State Administration Council (SAC) forces and Ethnic Revolutionary Organizations (EROs) Around 2,267 clashes erupted between the SAC forces and the People Defense Forces (PDFs) including LDF, CDF, CNDF, and KNDF, while there were at least 925 clashes between the SAC forces and combined forces of EROs and Read more...

Guangxi-Yangon New Maritime Route

  • November 20, 2022
  • ISP Admin
A new maritime trade route, Guangxi - Yangon which will directly connect Qinzhou port in Beibu gulf port in China’s Guangxi to Yangon port in Myanmar, was opened on October 28, 2022 The new trade route will connect the ports in member states of the China-led Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Read more...

More Than 38,000 Houses and Buildings Torched Nationwide Since Coup

  • November 12, 2022
  • ISP Admin
Data Matters No 36 As of October 31, 2022, at least 38,568 houses and buildings (including religious buildings) have been torched and destroyed during armed conflicts since the coup The number of torched buildings increased this year and it accounts for over 94 percent of the total Sagaing Region has the highest total so far Read more...

Energy Sector Receives Most Investment

  • November 4, 2022
  • ISP Admin
A sector-by-sector analysis of foreign direct investment from the coup up to 30 September 2022, shows that the energy sector received the largest share with more than US$38 billion However neither the mining sector nor the oil and gas sector received any foreign investment On a monthly basis, May 2021 recorded the highest amount of investment with more than US$12 billion No foreign investment was recorded in either February or April Read more...

IDPs Spread Across 96 Townships

  • November 2, 2022
  • ISP Admin
Data up to October 19, 2022 shows the number of internally displaced people (IDPs) and refugees in Myanmar caused by armed conflict following the military coup has reached 1,650,611 There were also more than 497,200 IDPs who were already on the run due to armed conflict occurring before the coup The combined number of cross-border refugees before and after the coup is at least Read more...

More Than 7,700 Clashes Broke Out Nationwide

  • October 27, 2022
  • ISP Admin
A total of 7,703 clashes broke out in the country between February 1, 2021, and October 12, 2022 following the coup There were more than 7,000 battles during the period, of which at least 4,520 were between SAC forces and ethnic armed organizations (EAOs), and at least 2,168 were between SAC forces and local armed resistance groups (PDF, LDF, CNDF, KNDF, etc) At least 906 clashes were launched by ethnic armed organizations and local armed resistance groups against SAC Read more...

Over 7,000 Civilian Deaths Since the Military Coup

  • October 18, 2022
  • ISP Admin
Conflicts that followed the military coup in Myanmar led to the deaths of at least 7,158 civilians through September 20 At least 2,299 of these civilians were shot while protesting or died after being arrested by the State Administration Council (SAC) Another 1,317 civilians were killed during armed conflicts Some 3,542 others were killed after being accused of being military informants, according to a list released by the SAC No verification of the authenticity of the list has yet been made by Read more...

Border Trade Volume with Thailand Increases More Than USD 160 Million

  • October 12, 2022
  • ISP Admin
Cross-border trade volume with neighboring countries in the first quarter of the 2022-23 financial year amended by the SAC following the coup, was approximately USD 2 billion This resulted in a decrease of approximately USD 290 million in exports and more than USD 340 million in imports compared with the previous financial year (2021-22) During these three months, Myanmar traded over USD 13 billion with Thailand, an increase of more than USD 161 million from the same period in the 2021-22 Read more...