Since the elections in November 2010, Myanmar’s new government has undertaken a series of economic reforms as part of their efforts to achieve the vision of becoming a modern and developed nation by 2030.
There are significant gaps in Myanmar’s infrastructure development. According to the Logistics Performance Index (LPI) by the World Bank, Myanmar ranked 133 out of 155 in 2012. This presents upcoming opportunities for foreign investors in the underprovided infrastructure sectors including power, transportation, telecommunication and built infrastructures.
Preliminary response from private businesses and governments around the world are encouraging. There are a great deal of interest of participation in the country’s infrastructure development and at the same time earn an attractive return on their investment.
Hosted by the Republic of Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce & Industry (UMFCCI) with strong supports from the Myanmar Ministry of Construction, the 2nd series of the Myanmar Infrastructure Summit 2015 (MIS 2015) will once again bring together foreign investors from over 25 countries to gather in Yangon; get updated on the new market directions, opportunities and economic priorities of the Myanmar’s infrastructure sectors at the same to build potential business networks with the local industry players.
- A High Calibre Summit
- The Comprehensive Services Showcase
- Business Matching Meetings
- International Pavilions
SUMMARY OF DISCUSSION AREAS
- Outlook And Opportunities In The Myanmar Infrastructure Sector
- Financing Options For Infrastructure Projects In Myanmar
- Master Plan Framework for A Liveable & Sustainable Myanmar
- Building A Low Carbon and Greener Myanmar
- Sustainable Supply Chain Management In Myanmar’s Infrastructure Sector
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