|Millcon welcomes some visiting officials from the Ministry of Science & Technology, Myanmar on March 5, 2015. Photo: Millcon Steel Industries PCL|
Thai stock exchange-listed steelmaker Millcon Plc (MILL) is expected to start its operations in Myanmar next year after being granted a licence to invest in the special economic zones recently, reports the Bangkok Post on March 5.
|Early days for Thilawa Special Economic Zone. Preparation work at the site in Thanlyin Township, south of Yangon. Photo: Mizzima|
Foreign insurance companies can start operating in Thilawa Special Economic Zone during its first phase beginning in January 2015, Deputy Finance Minister Dr Maung Maung Thein told reporters at the Yangon-based state-owned Myanma Insurance office on November 16.
Japanese investors are worried about labour shortages at the Thilawa Special Economic Zone, a senior official with the Japan External Trade Organisation said at the Sedona Hotel on March 18 after a forum aimed at promoting investment in the SEZ.
Japanese and Myanmar companies signed a deal on Tuesday to develop an industrial complex in the suburbs of Yangon, the largest city of Myanmar.