Invitation of Expression of Interest (EOI) by 28 Oct 2013 for Cooperation Public Private Partnership (PPP) in No.2 Pharmaceutical Factory




Invitation of Expression of Interest (EOI) for Cooperation Public Private Partnership (PPP) in No (2) Pharmaceutical Factory, Pharmaceutical and Foodstuff Industries

Ministry of Industry

No(2) Pharmaceutical factory under the Pharmaceutical and Foodstuff Industries, the Ministry of Industry intend to cooperate with Foreign Pharmaceutical Companies which produce the branded products in the international market and the local companies that can operate with under license and technical supervision from these Companies to produce Pharmaceuticals as PPP (JV , Lease etc:)

As a first step, Companies who interest in those cooperation are required to

submit their Expression of Interest (EOI) not later than 3 PM (Myanmar Standard Time), on October 28th to Planning Department, Pharmaceutical and Foodstuff Industries, Ministry of Industries, Office No (37), Nay Pyi Taw, the Republic of the Union of Myanmar.

Interested entitles can take over the (EOI) Form and other indications at above office commending from (7-10-2013) by presenting document of company profile.

Document of Company Profile:

  1. Valid Certification of Incorporation
  2. Records and Regulation of Company
  3. Name of Foreign’s Technical Cooperator

Source : Ministry of Industry

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