On 5 April, Myanmar’s government issued provisional authorisations for five multinational insurance companies, including U.K.-based Prudential and Japan’s Dai-ichi Life Holdings, to establish wholly owned …
Single-window system, better administration measures, improved intra-ministerial management, appropriate regulations, and laws: these are some of the key points the Ministry for Investment and Foreign …
An interview with U Htay Win, Minister of Planning and Finance for Ayeyarwady Region, reveals opportunities in sectors from farming and fisheries to tourism, deep-sea ports, heavy industries and petrochemicals.
Under the revised Myanmar Companies Law, foreigners can now hold up to 35 per cent of a company. Such a change enables foreign investors to …
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The UMFCCI is a national level non-governmental organisation representing and safeguarding the interests of the private business sector. It acts as a bridge between the State and the private sector presenting the views and interests of business to the Union Government.