Written by Published in Investment

President U Thein Sein called on South Korea to expand its investment in Myanmar during a meeting with his South Korean counterpart, President Park Geun-hye.

Written by Published in Investment

The Ministry of Energy’s Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise signed production sharing agreements with UK and Indian companies on December 4 in Nay Pyi Taw, state-run media reported on December 6.

Written by Published in Investment

Jaguar roll on to Myanmar’s streets

The British Ambassador’s Residence on November 21 was the setting for an evening of glitz and glamour, when it hosted a gala evening dually launching a brand awareness campaign for car manufacturer Jaguar and the nominees for ‘Best film’ at the 2014 Myanmar Academy Awards.

Written by Published in Investment

Beijing (AFP) - As China approaches becoming a net capital exporter, analysts have blamed investors' inexperience and decisions driven by government policy rather than business sense as the cause of a series of ‘Overseas Direct Investment’ project failures, including the controversial Myitsone hydropower plant in Myanmar, reports the AFP.

Written by Published in Investment
Thilawa-Special-Economic-Zone-Thanlyin-Kyauktan-region-8
 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.

Written by Published in Investment

Nay Pyi Taw - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Myanmar President U Thein Sein agreed to work together in the implementation of seven areas of development including Myanmar’s deep sea port project during a meeting after the ASEAN Summit held in Nay Pyi Taw on November 12.