Invitation to Bid (ITB) for Supply Items for Emergency WASH response on Long Term Agreement, Closing Date 4 Dec 2017

Reference No.: ITB-2017-9135721 UNICEF is inviting sealed Invitation to Bid (ITB) to enter into Long Term Agreement with one or more qualified suppliers for Supply Items for Emergency WASH (Water, Sanitation, Hygiene) response in Myanmar. Interested companies who have valid business registration and a minimum of two years’ experience with reputable clients are invited to […]

Myanmar Timber Enterprise: Invitation for open tender. Closing Date 27 Nov 2017

1. Myanma timber enterprise will sell teak & hardwood round logs and Sawn timbers by open tenders in us dollars. Particulars of the open tender Sales are as follows: (a) date & time (24-11-2017) (12;00)Noon (27-11-2017) (12;00)Noon (b) commodities &volume -Teak logs about ( 2107 ) tons -Teak conversion about( 375 )tons Hard wood logs […]

Myanmar Railways Tender, Closing Date 14 December 2017.

1. Open Tender is invited for supply of the following items in Euro: Sr No Tender No Description 1. 15(T) 3/MR(E) 17-18 Spare Parts of Rail Clips Production (10) Items Closing Date & Time-14.12.2017(Thursday) (14:30) Hrs 2. Tender documents are available at our office starting from 14.11.2017 during office hours and for further detail please […]

Dow to Apply Thai Experience in its Myanmar Operations

AS Dow Water & Process Solutions brings its international water treatment solutions to Myanmar, the firm plans to leverage its experience working with partners in Thailand over many years and apply it in the neighbouring country. Alan Chan, the firm’s commercial director for Asia Pacific, said in an interview that their experience in Thailand could […]

Electric power generation enterprise : EOI for Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA). Closing Date 14 Dec 2017.

Assignment Title: Preparation of an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) for the New Ywama Power Plant in Yangon Reference No. EPGE-G02/2017 The Government of Myanmar is processing to apply financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the New Ywama Project, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The […]

Myanmar’s Garment Industry is on a Growth Path

Myanmar is starting to get more attention and investment in the garment manufacturing sector, despite some persistent political and labor strife. Myanmar SUMEC Win Win Garments Co., a unit of SUMEC Textile and Light Industry Co., has opened a new factory in Shwe Pyi Thar Industrial Zone in Yangon, according to Asian press reports. Speaking […]

Mandalay taps British expertise for higher education

MANDALAY, Myanmar’s second largest city, is expected to become the country’s northern economic hub over the next two years. Yet, skills and talent in the city still lags behind Yangon and many cities in ASEAN. The brain drain and skills shortage are dragging its economic growth. But Ko Ye Tun Min, founder of the Mandalay […]

Myanmar’s Preservation Man Pursues Dream Museum

YANGON — Khin Shwe does not like to be called a “crony” — the label used to describe the wealthy Myanmar businessmen who enjoyed close relations with the previous military regime of Senior Gen. Than Shwe (1992-2011). “Now, all the Myanmar people think cronies are no good, and even the government doesn’t want to work […]

Govt to Inform Parliament of Start of Yangon New Town Plan

Yangon is creating a southwest development plan for Dala, Seikkyi Kanaungto and Hlaingthaya townships, while the Construction Ministry has agreed to negotiate a starting date with the Yangon regional government and inform parliament of the outcome, deputy minister Kyaw Tin told parliament on November 1. The Department of Human Settlement and Housing Development drew up […]

China’s latest Myanmar megaproject courts controversy

Nearly two years ago, Myanmar chose a Chinese consortium led by the state-run Citic to develop a $10 billion port and industrial park that could turn into the country’s largest foreign investment. With Beijing pledging to create 100,000 jobs and transform a poor region, the Kyaukpyu port plan potentially represents a huge win for Myanmar. […]