|The Clean Clothes Campaign claims that Myanmar workers in Thai garment factories are poorly treated in terms of salaries and working ours. Photo: Clean Clothes Campaign|
Myanmar migrants working in the Thai clothing industry suffer from “wage theft” and gross labour rights abuse, according to a report just released by the Clean Clothes Campaign in conjunction with the MAP Foundation.
Myanmar is one of several frontier markets that have the potential to deliver a relatively better performance for investors than emerging markets, according to a new Deutsche Bank report.
Myanmar’s economic reform process has not yet reached its goal, Parliamentary Speaker Thura U Shwe Mann told business people and media at a meeting at the office of the Hlinethaya Industrial Zone on December 13.
Foreign direct investment in Myanmar stands at US$3.8 billion [K3,800 billion] for the first eight months of the 2014-15 fiscal year provided by 108 companies from 19 countries, according to the Directorate of Investment and Companies Administration.