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More than 20,000 Rakhine State residents across five townships remained displaced and thousands of homes were said to have been inundated by floodwaters after days of heavy rains, which finally began to recede yesterday.With Myanmar under scrutiny this week for the country’s pledged adherence to a UN convention prohibiting discrimination against women, CSOs highlighted a shameful legacy rife with wartime injustices and societal stigmatisation.Recently freed from US sanctions, state-owned Myanma Foreign Trade Bank says it has made a concerted effort to upgrade its foreign exchange and trade financing services under orders from the Ministry of Planning and Finance.The Norwegian telecommunications firm became the second mobile operator to roll out fourth-generation services yesterday when it turned on its network in Nay Pyi Taw, and plans to target other cities “gradually”.Hitachi seeks to utilize its proprietary technologies in IT and other areas to help modernize Myanmar's infrastructure beyond just the aging rail lines, the chairman of the Japanese conglomerate told The Nikkei during a visit to the Myanmar capital.Not only are the maps created by the government imperfect, maps differ across government agencies -- among other shortcomings -- which impedes administrative action.
Hitachi has been sounding out the government over creating a database using the global positioning system and other technology.
"It will provide a launching pad for resource exploration, disaster prevention, flood control and other related operations across a wide spectrum," said Nakanishi.
Much of Myanmar's railways date back to the British colonial era and the country has been slow in switching to electric trains.
In May of last year, Hitachi won an order from the state-owned rail company to install a signal system around Yangon, the largest city.
"On top of the electrification of the rail system, we will present proposals to the government, including a comprehensive plan to develop the transportation infrastructure," Hitachi Chairman Hiroaki Nakanishi said on Tuesday.
Hitachi is also looking to build Myanmar's map database, according to Nakanishi.