Yangon’s infamous public bus system – where commuters are dragged by callous conductors onto ageing vehicles operated by drivers with scant regard for road safety – is about to change. A long-awaited transformation of the bus network, which some 80 percent of the commercial capital’s 2.8 million daily commuters depend upon, will begin at […]
EOI for Public Private Partnership with Myanmar Ministry of Industry on Heavy Equipment Factory. Closing Date 5 Dec 2016.
Subscribe to our Tender Alert. We send out email alert on Tender and EOI as it happens. INVITATION OF EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR COOPERATION PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPP) IN NO. 14 HEAVY INDUSTRY (THAGAYA) & NO. 15 HEAVY INDUSTRY (THAGAYA) NO.1 HEAVY INDUSTRIES ENTERPRISE, MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY No. 14 Heavy Industry (Thagaya) (Multipurpose […]
Anyone who has spent time in Myanmar – especially outside major cities – does not need to be convinced that the road transport infrastructure requires severe improvement. The evidence is in the bumpy rides. There is no shortage of academic insight either. Studies have estimated that coffers needed to improve road infrastructure are in the […]
The Yangon Region government is forming a new public-private partnership (PPP) company, as part of a city-wide reform of the chaotic public transport system. Bus line owners are eagerly awaiting the overhaul, but want the authorities to provide infrastructure and financial aid to help them manage the shift. The government set up a public-private sector […]
Gunkul Engineering plans to invest more than Bt12 billion (Ks 360 billion) over the next two years to develop wind-power plants in Thailand and gas-powered plants in Myanmar. This is part of the company’s strategy to transform itself from an importer and provider of electrical equipment into a power producer in Asean. It aims to […]
“Sixty million people falling out of the sky – you’re not going to see that again in our generation,” quoted The Irrawaddy describing business opportunities in Myanmar. Investors including carmakers have been rushing to tap those opportunities. Nissan and Mercedes-Benz are the latest global OEMs to join Suzuki, Mitsubishi, Toyota, Ford, GM, Kia and Hyundai, […]