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    • Analytical Study on Myanmar Investment Law 

      Khin Khin Oo (Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, 2017)
      Myanmar enacted Myanmar Foreign Investment Law in 2012, the Myanmar Citizens Investment Law in 2013, and related rules respectively. While foreign and national investment presents significant opportunities and potential ...
    • The Best Interests of the Child: Myanmar Customary Law Perspective 

      Khin Khin Oo (Universities Research Journal, 2009)
      While family is the basic unit of society and as such is entitled to receive comprehensive protection and support, the legal protection or measures that a society can afford to the family vary from country to ...
    • Constitutional Court of the Republic of Indonesia 

      Khin Myo Thant (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2016)
      The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Indonesia was established as a consequence of the third amendment to the Constitution of Indonesia, which was ratified by the People’s consultative Assembly on 9 November 2001. ...
    • Custodial Right and the Welfare Principle in Myanmar 

      Dr Khin Khin Oo (Universities Research Journal, 2010)
      Child custody is the legal term used to describe the legal and physical relationship between a parent and child; it comes into question in proceedings involving dissolution of marriage, annulment and other legal proceedings ...
    • The Differences between Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing 

      Pyone Mon Aye (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2016)
      For most countries, money laundering and terrorist financing raise significant issues with regard to prevention, detection and prosecution. Sophisticated techniques used to launder money and finance terrorism add to the ...
    • Embracing Myanmar's Future: Reforming the 100-year-old Companies Act 

      Hall, Kath; Than Nwe; Khin Khin Oo (Company & Security Law Journal of Australia, 2016)
      This article discusses recent reforms to Myanmar's company law. It outlines the reform process and highlights key developments in the areas of incorporation, corporate structures and corporate governance. It then compares ...
    • Environmental Issues of Mining Activities in Myanmar 

      Su Yin Htun (Journals of Myanmar Academic Arts & Science, 2018)
      The paper analyzes the environmental impacts by the different types of mining methods which are used to extract the mineral resources in Myanmar. Behind the success of national economy by exploring its mineral resources, ...
    • Environmental Management on the Seabed 

      Thida Aung (2015)
      The Area is defined as the seabed and ocean floor and subsoil thereof, beyond the limits of national jurisdiction. In other words, it consists of the entire ocean floor which is not subject to sovereign rights of coastal ...
    • Human Rights Issues on Highway Road Accidents in Myanmar 

      Myo Thandar Kyaw (Regional research initiative round - table meeting in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 2015)
      This research investigates the linkage between highway road accidents and human rights issues in Myanmar. It mainly emphasizes from the point of human rights on the weaknesses of the related ...
    • The Impact of Tourism on child's cultural rights in Myanmar 

      Su Yin Htun (Children’s Rights in the Tourism Industry: The Cases of Vietnam and Myanmar, 2019)
      Since the enforcement of 2008 Constitution in Myanmar, Myanmar has seen an extremely rapid and intense development of its tourism industry. The tourism industry relies on the cultural and natural heritages in Myanmar. It ...
    • Importance of free and fair Competition for Economic Growth 

      Po Ma Ma Aung (2014)
      Competition is an event or a contest in which people fight for superiority or supremacy. In the market, competition is taken as a process whereby firms fight against each other in order to secure customers for their ...
    • Internal Displacement caused by Environmental Degradations in Myanmar 

      Su Yin Htun (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2017)
      The environmental problems of climate change and natural disaster are projected to increase the internal displacement around the world. People who are displaced within their countries are legally protected by international ...
    • Judicial Power and the Constitutional Tribunal: Some Suggestions for Better Legislation Relating to the Tribunal and its Role 

      Khin Khin Oo (Constitutionalism and Legal Change in Myanmar, Hart Publishing, 2017)
      The purpose of this chapter is to make some suggestions to further strengthen the formation of the Constitutional Tribunal of the Union of Myanmar (CTU), and its jurisdiction and powers in the deliberation and adjudication ...
    • Jurisdictions and Power of the Constitutional Court of Korea: Cases and Experiences Learnt from the Constitutional Court of Korea 

      Khin Khin Oo (University of Yangon Research Journal, 2016)
      Constitutional adjudication can be carried out either by separate judicial organ which is apart from and not part of the ordinary court system or by apex court of the country through the ordinary court system. Countries ...
    • Legal Aspects of the Right to Nationality Pursuant to Myanmar Citizenship Law 

      Su Yin Htun (Journal of Southeast Asian Human Rights, 2019)
      It is universally accepted that everyone has the right to citizenship. Myanmar’s framework on the right to nationality constitutes a unique, exclusive, ethnic citizenship system based on jus sanguinis, or the law of blood. ...
    • Legal Basis on Unfair Competition Protection 

      Ni Ni Win (Journal of Myanmar Academy and Arts & Sciences, 2015)
      Competition means the rivalry between two or more businesses to gain as much of the total market sales or customers acceptance as possible. Although all countries agree that competition should not only free but also fair, ...
    • Legal Basis on Unfair Competition Protection 

      Ni Ni Win (Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, 2015)
      Competition means the rivalry between two or more businesses to gain as much of the totalmarket sales or customers acceptance as possible. Although all countries agree thatcompetition should not only free but also fair, ...
    • Legal Concept of Product Liability 

      Mon Mon Kyaw (2014)
      Product liability imposes liability for products on manufacturers, sellers, importers and other in the distribution chain. Product liability is a general right to recover for injuries caused by the use of defective products ...
    • Legal framework on child adoption in Myanmar: Some proposed outlines* 

      Khin Khin Oo (Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, 2014)
      The need of all young children for a family and for a sense of security and permanency in their relationships is recognized in most parts of the world. Adoption is a welfare and protection measure that enables an orphaned ...
    • Legal Framework on Constitutional Review: Cases and Experiences Learnt from Korea 

      Khin Khin Oo (School of Law, Seoul National University, 2015)
      Constitutional adjudication can be carried out either by separate judicial organ which is apart from and not part of the ordinary court system or by apex court of the country through the ordinary court system. Countries ...