When compared to its neighbours Burma is an underdeveloped market, but one of considerable potential. Burma’s key selling points are its natural resources; strategic location between India, China and South-East Asia; and young workforce. As a member of ASEAN its stands to benefit from the bloc’s increasing economic integration, 500 million population and GDP in excess of US$ 700 billion. In FY 2012/3 Burma’s GDP grew 6.3% (ADB) and it is expected to grow by at least 6.5% for each of the next two years.
Burma Business Guide Latest advice from the British Embassy in Rangoon on doing business in Burma. More
With the help and support of UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) UK ... More
EU seeks to help Burma develop its trade by granting preferential access to EU markets. More
Lord Green is visiting seven countries in Southeast Asia to boost the UK’s trade links with the region More
Lord Green, Minister of State for Trade & Investment
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After Export Week in May, when 130 businesses from across the East of England attended an array of events focussing on exports to countries including Brazil, China, India,... More