Tuesday 9th October 2018 6.30pm - 8.30pm, Novotel Max Yangon
Breakfast talk with H.E. Kristian Schmidt, Ambassador of the European Union on 'European Economic Diplomacy'
On Thursday 22nd of March EuroCham Myanmar organized a breakfast talk on European Economic Diplomacy with H.E Kristian Schmidt, EU Ambassador to Myanmar
Italy Myanmar Chamber of Commerce arranges institutional and business meetings for a delegation of italian construction companies
Yangon, 17 - 20 May, 2017
Yangon, 10 May 2017 *** From 17 to 20 May 2017 ITALY Myanmar Chamber of Commerce will accompany a delegation of companies supported by Veneto Region on a mission in the main business town of Myanmar.
Business development department based in Yangon has arranged institutional and b2b meetings with local groups and visits to a trade fair in order to explore economic and commercial opportunities and start collaboration. The mission in Myanmar is part of a larger exploration mission coordinated by ICCS Italian Chamber of Commerce in Singapore, which also includes a stage in Laos.
SECTORS INVOLVED Mechanics, Agricultural equipment, Food processing, Construction, Infrastructure, building and construction materials and equipment, Pumps, Environment, Energy,
Wednesday, 17 May Transfer to Yangon from Vientiane (Laos)
Thursday, 18 May Visit to Shwe Taung Group, UMFCCI and b2b meetings
Friday, 19 May Visit to the Italian Embassy and the International Cooperation Office, visit to Buildtech Yangon, b2b meetings
Saturday 20 May Further meetings with local operators and departure for Italy S
ITALY MYANMAR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
29-31 March 2017 Sule Shangri-La, Yangon, Myanmar
Myanmar’s booming economy, young population and rising disposable incomes represent a significant opportunity for any company looking for new growth markets. In addition to appealing to local and Asian companies, Myanmar’s allure is ripe for global multinationals as well, particularly consumer product and telecommunications companies.
October 15 to 18 - Tatmataw Hall, Yangon, Myanmar
Southeast Asia’s major economies drew more foreign direct investment combined than China for the second straight year in 2014, as growth in their giant neighbour cooled. But by country, inflows into the region were uneven, swayed by political change and the varying costs of doing business.
While high-end properties in Myanmar are being built at a record rate, there is increasing need for low-cost housing, experts told a forum.
Yesterday in Naypyidaw the European Investment Bank (EIB), the European Union’s long-term financing institution, and the Republic of the Union of Myanmar signed a Framework Agreement under which the Bank will be able to start financing capital investments in the country. [...]
Rental rates surge over robust demand
Yangon’s retail stock expanded in 2014 to end at 150,000 sq m. That number is expected to grow significantly in 2015 following the completion of HAGL Myanmar Centre Shopping Mall, which will comprise half of the additional supply for the year. [...]
Over 18,000 new apartments will be constructed in Pathein, Mawlamyine and six outskirt townships of Yangon in 2015-16 fiscal year which begins in April, according to the Department of Human Settlement and Housing Development (DHSHD).[...]
Myanmar has recently become a lucrative destination for foreign investors, ever since the election a couple of years ago. For the hydropower industry, the natural resource-rich country is among the last targets with high potential. [...]