Myanmar to learn from Malaysia on ease of doing business

In order to raise its rank on the World Bank’s ease of doing business index, a Myanmar delegation recently visited Malaysia, which is much higher on the index, to study the situation there. Their findings will be reported to the ministries and Vice President, said U Aung Soe, director of the Myanmar Trade Promotion Team. […]

Stability of pulses market sought after India policy

Following India’s Restricted Pulse Import Policy, a co-ordination meeting on plans for Myanmar’s pulses exports in respective sectors was held at the Ministry of Commerce in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday morning. India’s Ministry of Commerce and Industry recently issued an import policy change to import only 200,000 tons of toor whole on 5 August, and […]

Where Will Myanmar’s Energy Come From?

Myanmar’s high growth in electricity demand — rising by around 13 percent annually — is a challenge for the government. Demand is estimated to reach 4,500 MW by 2020 and 13,410 MW in 2030. Currently there is no plan to meet this high demand. High-level policy shifts and unclear policies within the cabinet and ministries […]

EOI for Consulting Services– Individual Consultant (International procurement specialist). Closing Date 27 January 2017

Subscribe to our tender alert mailing list [Country] The Republic of the Union of Myanmar [Name of project] Myanmar Flood and Landslides Emergency Recovery Project Loan No.: 5889 –MM Assignment Title: International procurement specialist Reference No.: C4-IST-IC02 The Republic of the Union of Myanmar has applied for financing from the World Bank toward the cost […]