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|Pye Phyo Tay Za, the son of junta-linked businessman Tay Za, lost a little-noticed legal bid to have EU sanctions against him overturned.|
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|Amid accusations that the USDP has been using state resources, the Burmese junta has moved to declare the party's assets separate from those owned by the USDA.|
|By WAI MOE|
|The Burmese military junta changes the tax regulations for tobacco as tycoon Tay Za attempts to dominate the tobacco industry.|
|By LAWI WENG|
|The Yangon City Development Committee in eastern Rangoon files a law suit against a new political party that sought donations from people in public markets.|
|By KINAN SUCHAOVANICH|
|Acclaimed Russian pianist and conductor Mikhail Pletnev has been allowed to leave Thailand after being charged with raping a teenage boy on the condition he return following a concert appearance in Europe.|
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Rangoon merchants face tax bill two years in advance
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