Yenangyaung


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Yenangyaung

 

a city in Burma, on the Irrawaddy River, with a population of 25,000 (1953). Yenangyaung is one of the oldest centers of the country’s oil industry, connected by oil pipelines with oil refineries in the cities of Chauk and Syriam (near Rangoon).

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Zeroing down on Asia as a major player in this phenomenon, Ghosh journeys through the industrialization, or lack thereof, of India, the medieval economic revolution of China, and the oil industry emergence of the Yenangyaung region of Burma, to hit home the point that these historical events were like the "invisible hand of fate guiding the hero in a Greek tragedy towards inevitable doom"--the essence of humanity's present, and often overlooked derangement.
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Police say they will register cases in the village land dispute between villagers of Pha Ye and Kan Thar villages in Yenangyaung Township, Magway Region based on the autopsy reports of dead bodies found at the crime scene.