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
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With the help and support of UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) UK ... More
U Aung Naing Oo
DICA approves the entry of all foreign companies into Burma and since April 2012 has registered over 1250 new foreign companies. Read the interview.
The Burmese Minister for Electric Power recently visited the UK to meet with UK companies and learn more about the effective structuring of the power sector. More
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It is not every day you can combine robot thespians, a former Young Musician of the Year and the band of the Royal Dragoons to promote the UK’s IT sector. So Sunday... More