Mawlamyine

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Mawlamyine

(mô'ləmīn`) or

Moulmein,

(mo͝olmān`, mōl–), city (1983 pop. 219,991), SE Myanmar, near the mouth of the Thanlwin (Salween) River; the third largest city of Myanmar and the capital of Mon State. A river port and commercial center, it has teak mills and shipyards; rice, tea, teak wood, and rubber are exported. From 1826 to 1852, it was the chief town of British Burma. A pagoda in the city is referred to in Rudyard Kipling's poem "Mandalay."
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* Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia; ([dagger]) Department of Medical Research, Yangon, Myanmar; ([double dagger]) Yangon Children's Hospital, Yangon, Myanmar; and ([section]) Mawlamyaing General Hospital, Mawlamyaing, Myanmar
NLD divisional offices in the country's second-biggest city, Mandalay, as well as in Pathein and Mawlamyaing have also been closed since NLD leader Aung San Suu Kyi was taken into ''protective custody'' Saturday along with other party leaders.
It increases the connectivity of the land of multiple ASEAN countries with a single road running from Da Nang, Vietnam, in the east, through Laos and Thailand and to Mawlamyaing, Myanmar, to the west.
The company has signed a contract with Myanmar Lighting IPP (MLC) to construct the 230MW power plant in Mawlamyaing Township.