Invest in Myanmar - For Investors Seeking Opportunities in Myanmar
Follow:
Invest Myanmar - The Myanmar Investment Gateway
NEWS BY TOPIC
General Information about Myanmar (1)
Business (131)
FDI in Myanmar (45)
Investments (59)
Macroeconomic Data (4)
Infrastructure (4)
Financial (17)
Economy (37)
Construction (1)
Politics (29)
Real Estate (1)
Investment Legislation (3)
Sports (1)
NEWS BY SECTOR
Telecommunications (27)
Law (14)
Infrastructure (20)
Education (2)
Banking (19)
Jewellery (1)
Stock Market (2)
Agriculture (35)
Real Estate (22)
Mining and Exploration (10)
Construction (29)
Energy (47)
Textile and Fashion (10)
Tourism (23)
Information Technology (11)
Food and Beverage (13)
Electronics (3)
Waste Management (1)
Automotive (9)
Logistics (4)
Renewable Energy (0)

Indo-Myanmar border markets get green light

INDO-MYANMAR BORDER MARKETS GET GREEN LIGHT
Date: 28/07/2013
Source: Mizzima
Indo-Myanmar border markets get green light

Myanmar’s Ministry of Commerce will move ahead with plans to open a series of markets at the Indo-Myanmar border area, said Tayza Aung Win, a director at the Sub-department of Internal Trade.

The border markets will be opened in 10 villages in three townships of Chin State—Tiddim, Chikha, Tonzang— and three townships of Sagaing Region—Lay Shi, Lahe and Tamu.

The news follows an announcement by the Ministry in April that a border market would be opened in Sagaing’s Pan Saung, which is scheduled to launch first. Pan Saung is situated in the mountainous Naga Autonomous Region in the northern Sagaing Region.

Local residents living in the Indo-Myanmar border areas are relatively poor and the region has poor roads and communications, so the border markets will be opened to help promote their livelihoods, said Tayza Aung.

He added that if the border markets are successful, they will be promoted as border trade centers.


Topic: Investments
Did You Know?
Mandalay, the last capital of the Myanmar Kingdom is the cultural centre of the country. ... More

Featured news story
Myanmar opens doors to Big Oil, but investment pitfalls still lurk
Myanmar opens doors to Big Oil, but investment pitfalls still lurk

Featured Video
In Race to Develop Myanmar, Government Grabs Farmland - Invest Myanmar.biz video
In Race to Develop Myanmar, Government Grabs Farmland

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
Today on Invest Myanmar
Member Companies: 82
News Stories: 341
Myanmar Videos: 59
Interesting Facts: 29
Factsheets: 9
 © Copyrighted 2012 Invest Myanmar.biz. All rights reserved.  

 
Please read Conditions of Use, Copyright Statement and Privacy Policy for this web page and web site.



Crafted by Sofia Web Works®, makers of Pahraat Kasinot and Casinobonus på alla svenska online casinon an Invest Bulgaria company