The Burmese government has passed a new law that is expected to open up a vast new market for railway labor and investment.
The Burman Labor Act, which took effect on December 11, 2017, aims to attract new investments to the country and improve the country’s economy.
The law also aims to promote the development of the Burman industry and facilitate trade between Burman and other developing countries.
The government has set aside $7 billion for this purpose.
The new legislation aims to “ensure that Burman’s economy and culture is respected and supported by the international community, including through investments in infrastructure, infrastructure investments, and other economic and social activities.”
The law will also help boost the Burmans’ trade with Burma and the global economy.
“Burma is the first country in the world to have this law, which is the culmination of the countrys efforts to make the Burmans economy competitive in the global market,” Burman Minister of State for International Cooperation M.E. Nwakum said in a statement.
The labor law also has several other benefits.
“The law is the product of careful study and careful consideration of Burman concerns and experiences,” Burmarian Ambassador to the United States N.S. Mokonjo said.
“We are now moving forward to create the infrastructure and skills needed to attract investment to the Burmas economy and create opportunities for Burmans to work abroad.”
The Burmans have long struggled to build the infrastructure needed to run their rail network, particularly during the winter months when the country is plagued by severe winter weather.
The current infrastructure, including roads, bridges, railways, and tunnels, is inadequate, which makes the Burma railway labor law one of the few concrete actions that the Burmen government can take to boost the country.
It is also an important step to make sure the Burans economy is not left behind in the international economy.
Currently, the country has over 50,000 rail workers and is only a small portion of the global labor force of more than 7 million.
The number of workers employed by the Buraman Railway and Tunnels Association (BRATA) has dropped by more than 30 percent since 2011, as the Burmer economy has declined significantly.
According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), Burmamas overall employment rate dropped from 70 percent in 2011 to 62 percent in 2016.
The U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime estimates that more than 60,000 people have died due to drug-related deaths in Burmams history.
“As the Burmers’ infrastructure and workforce continue to decline, the government is making a concerted effort to improve infrastructure and improve worker conditions,” Nwokom said.
With the Burgan Railways Association and BRATA, the Burmo Railway Workers’ Union has been organizing rail workers for decades.
Currently around 7,000 Burmans are engaged in railway work in various industries, and nearly 1,000 are employed as train engineers and track engineers.
In the past, Burmans were not allowed to work in the railway industry because they were considered as illegal immigrants.
But the new labor law will ensure that Burmans can continue to work on the railways, Nwoksom said, “This will help to further strengthen Burmans economy and ensure Burmans people can work in these industries.”