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MYANMAR TO STAGE FIRST EVER TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE AND MOBILE TECHNOLOGY EVENT IN 2014

MYANMAR TO STAGE FIRST EVER TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE AND MOBILE TECHNOLOGY EVENT IN 2014
Source: realwire - (18/09/2013)

Topics: Infrastructure      Telecommunications

Yangon event to showcase unique market opportunity as Myanmar looks to achieve 80% telecoms penetration within three years. The Allworld Exhibitions Alliance, whose Asian event experience includes CommunicAsia show in Singapore, is to stage the first ever major telecoms event in Myanmar providing a showcase for one the world’s largest undeveloped markets to play host to the international telecoms industry. Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, has a population of more than 60 million people...


BURMA SEEKS PARTNERS TO FREE UP TELECOMS SECTOR

BURMA SEEKS PARTNERS TO FREE UP TELECOMS SECTOR
Source: The Irrawaddy - (21/01/2013)

Topics: Infrastructure      Information Technology

RANGOON — Burma’s government has taken a fresh step toward liberalizing its state-dominated telecommunications sector by publishing a notice on Wednesday inviting investment proposals from local and foreign companies for nationwide telecommunications services, including telephone and Internet connectivity. State television also announced on Wednesday that the minister for communications, posts and telegraphs, Thein Tun, had resigned, but it was unclear whether it was related to the...


REGULATION, INFRASTRUCTURE HINDER MYANMAR'S TELECOM AMBITIONS

REGULATION, INFRASTRUCTURE HINDER MYANMAR'S TELECOM AMBITIONS
Source: ZDNET - (20/11/2012)

Topics: Infrastructure      Information Technology

Myanmar may be one of the few relatively untapped telecommunications market left in the world and its once-reclusive government is now opening up the sector for foreign investments. However, telcos and service providers need to tread with care given the hazy regulatory framework and lack of infrastructure for foreign players to scale their operations. Irene Ng, head of Asia at GSM Association (GSMA), noted that there are not many greenfield telecom markets available today, and Myanmar was an...


MYANMAR PLANS NEW AIRPORT AS ARRIVALS SOAR

MYANMAR PLANS NEW AIRPORT AS ARRIVALS SOAR
Source: Inquirer - (20/11/2012)

Topics: Infrastructure      

YANGON—Myanmar’s main airport is expected to exceed passenger capacity this year, officials said Monday, as an influx of visitors to the once-isolated nation prompts plans for a new international flight hub. Arrivals at Yangon International Airport are expected to surge to around 3 million in 2012, a 22 percent increase on last year that puts it above its 2.7 million threshold, according to the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA). “We need a new airport because the increasing traffic at the...


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The name Myanmar is derived from the local name Myanma Naingngandaw, which is a name used by the governent which is currently in power there. While the real meaning of the name is not clear, it is interesting to note... ... More

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COUNTRY SNAPSHOT
GDP 2010 USD 45.4 B
GDP 2012 USD 54.0 B
Inflation 9.13 %
Unemployment Approx. 35%
GDP growth 2011 5.5 %
FDI 2011 USD 1.05 B
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