Myanmar Provident Fund (MPF) to grant life of service personnel

Union Minister at the President Office U Hla Tun highlights implementation of Myanmar Provident Fund (MPF) system for granting livelihoods of government service personnel and company employees. mna
Union Minister at the President Office U Hla Tun highlights implementation of Myanmar Provident Fund (MPF) system for granting livelihoods of government service personnel and company employees. mna

Nay Pyi Taw, 15 Dec — The Myanmar Provident Fund (MPF) system is to be implemented for granting livelihoods of the servants of government and private companies after their retirement, Union Minister at the President Office U Hla Tun told the MPF implementation committee meeting at the government office in Nay Pyi Taw on Monday.
Deputy Ministers U Tin Oo Lwin, U Thant Shin, Dr Thein Thein Htay and Daw Win Maw Tun and Deputy Attorney-General U Tun Tun Oo discussed expertise for Myanmar Provident Fund (MPF), implementation of free education system, health care services and health insurances, social security and legal affairs.
Officials of Union Civil Services Board, Central Bank of Myanmar, Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Construction took part in the discussions on cooperation of departments in MPF system.
In conclusion, the Union Minister stressed the need to enact the Myanmar Provident Fund Law, grant the government service personnel and private companies’ staff to get own housings after retirement, to uplift education, health and social security, ensure social security of the nation and provide assistance for financial and monetary policies of the State.—MNA

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