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Decentralized Energy Market Assessment Report

Access to electricity remains an issue in Myanmar with an estimated 58% of the population, approximately 30 million people, not connected to the main power grid In 2015, the Government of Myanmar formulated the National Electrification Plan (NEP), an ambitious program structured around 5 phases aiming to reach 100% grid electrification by 2030 — in […]

Myanmar Trade Show, Exhibition & Conference Calendar for the month of July & August

Name, Venue & Organizer Date Bastille Day Party The Strand, Grand Ballroom 13.07.2019 6:30 pm – 11:30 pm Builders Myanmar Novotel Yangon Max, Yangon 01.08.2019 to 03.08.2019 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Powerex Myanmar and Electric Expo Myanmar Novotel Yangon Max, Yangon 01.08.2019 to 03.08.2019 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Myanmar FoodBev Tatmadaw Exhibition Hall, […]

The first ever Myanmar Business Environment Index 2019 Report

  The first-ever Myanmar Business Environment Index provides a tool for Myanmar government, businesses, investors, and the public to better understand the strengths and weaknesses of local economic governance in Myanmar. First pioneered by The Asia Foundation in Vietnam over a decade ago, and adapted to the Myanmar context in partnership with Duke University’s Development […]

Yangon City Life Survey: Myanmar’s Urban Voices

  Yangon is a city rich with history—a former capital, a center of commerce, and today, a city bristling with construction cranes, clogged with vehicles, and throbbing with the aspirations of its swelling population. Demographic changes, economic growth, and Myanmar’s new international openness have left the Yangon City Development Committee, the city’s municipal government, scrambling […]

Myanmar Trade Show, Exhibition & Conference Calender for the month of April & May 2019

Name, Venue & Organizer Date Myanmar LPG Summit Location: LOTTEE Hotels & Serviced Apartments, Yangon, Myanmar. April 3, 2019 to April 4, 2019 Myanmar International Food & Drink Festival Location: Fortune Plaza Information Centre and Sale Gallery, Yangon, Myanmar. May 1, 2019 to May 4, 2019 Myanmar Coffee Teas & Sweets Fesvital Location: Myanmar Convention […]

Market Analysis for Rural Livelihoods in Kayah State

Kayah state is Myanmar’s smallest state by size and population, yet boasts a wide range of economic development opportunities. The state’s seven townships are rich in natural resources, including mountainous areas of natural forest and fertile agricultural plains with access to irrigation water. Nestled between Shan and Kayin states and Thailand’s Mae Hong Son province; […]

Get a US Green Card by simply investing!

Have you heard of EB-5? It’s a program that provides a pathway to US citizenship through a simple investment in the US. By investing in an EB-5 qualified project, you and your family may have the opportunity to become green card holders and enjoy the following rights: EB-5 is one of the fastest methods to […]

Myanmar Animal Feed Demand still Growing at Healthy Clip

Report Date: 11 October 2018 Report Highlights: Myanmar’s total 2018 feed demand is estimated at about 3.0 million metric tons (MMT) including about 0.5 MMT of aqua feed. Out of this, about 46 percent is commercial feed, 20 percent is local home mix, and 34 percent is raw feed ingredients. Total animal feed demand increased […]

iDiscover launch the Yangon Circular Train Travel Guide

Discover the other side of Yangon with the circle line travel guide The iDiscover Yangon is a series of travel guides to Yangon’s old and authentic neighbourhoods. The guides come as a savvy set of a printed map and an easy-to-navigate app, packed with insider secrets, handcrafted walking itineraries, beautiful photography and intimate background stories, […]

Bridging the Energy Gap: Demand Scenarios for Mini-Grids in Myanmar – a research sponsored by PACT

Myanmar’s future growth and prosperity depends on reliable, affordable and high-quality access to electricity throughout the country. More than two-thirds of the country’s 55 million people lack access to reliable electricity, many of them live in rural villages. Currently, more than 30,000 rural villages across Myanmar are not connected to the national grid. Even if […]