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Myanmar’s Economic and Industrial Evolution Creating Growth Opportunities

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Manoj Menon the Senior Partner and MD Asia-Pacific, Frost & Sullivan stated that ‘Myanmar is one of the most sought-after markets in the entire Asia.

Myanmar has earned the distinction of being amongst the fastest growing global economies. Liberalization efforts and other reforms starting in 2011 have transformed the country’s economic and industrial development, sparking global interest in Myanmar as an investment destination.

„Myanmar is one of the most promising frontier markets in Asia with growing investor interest,” says Manoj Menon, Senior Partner and Asia-Pacific Managing Director, Frost & Sullivan. „Challenges around infrastructure and low GDP per capita do exist which makes timely government policies critical at this juncture.”

Jeremy Chew, Frost & Sullivan Advisor for Myanmar says, „We are seeing increasing foreign direct investment (FDI) being directed to Myanmar. With the country being one of the last untapped markets in Asia, sustained levels of interest can be expected given the right growth and policy conditions.”

In light of the developments in Myanmar, a panel of Frost & Sullivan experts and private sector representatives will highlight evolving local growth conditions.  The team will offer an industry specific outlook for Myanmar while also shedding light on regulatory conditions in the country. The presentation will be followed by a live Question & Answer session.

To attend the webinar, please click here or email Carrie Low, Corporate Communications at carrie.low@frost.com

Why You Should Attend the Webinar:

  • Gain a deeper knowledge of Myanmar’s economic and business conditions as well as its growth outlook
  • Learn more about the legal and financial landscape in Myanmar
  • Leverage insights on policy initiatives and investment opportunities across key industries
  • Engage in a live Q&A session with Frost & Sullivan experts and  private sector representatives

 

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