Why Myanmar?

Our members tell you why

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A land full of opportunities

Since 2011, Myanmar’s economy has been opening up, offering real opportunities for local and international companies. For its development, the country is now in need of infrastructures, equipment, and means of industrialization in every sector, including training and services.

In addition, Myanmar possesses many resources (natural gas, oil, timber, precious stones, agriculture, water, sun, young population, cultural and tourist sites, and so on), which will help boost its development in the coming years.

Myanmar is the country offering the most important potential of development in South East Asia.

Key figures

  • A surface area of 676,578 sqkm (France + Benelux), which makes it the largest country in South East-Asia.
  • A strategic location between India, China and ASEAN, with a direct access to the Indian Ocean.
  • A population of 51.4 million of inhabitants.
  • A young population with a growth rate of 2% (25% = 0 to 14 years old / 67.5% = 15 to 64 years old).
  • 3 large cities (Yangon 5,8 M., Mandalay 1,3 M., Nay Pyi Taw 1,1 M.), with a urban population annual growth rate of 2.5%.
  • A GDP of 73.62 billion USD in 2015.
  • A growth rate of 8.5% both in 2014 and in 2015.
  • A unemployment rate of less than 4% in 2014 and in 2015.
  • Abundant resources in oil and gas, water, timber, precious stones, agricultural products, copper, and so on.
  • Large potential to become on of the main tourist destination in Asia.

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  • ACCOR Novotel
  • ADEN
  • AGS Four Winds
  • Atelian
  • BRED
  • BYMA
  • CGG
  • Jardine
  • LEGENDARY MYANMAR INT'L SHIPPING & LOGISTICS
  • LUTHER
  • Legrand
  • MAC
  • SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC
  • SDV/BOLLORE LOGISTICS
  • Sanofi
  • Schindler
  • TOTAL E&P MYANMAR

Contact

Parkside One, 271/273 Bagayar Street,

Sanchaung Township, Yangon, Myanmar.

Tel : +95-(0) 1 523 700

Email : director (at) ccifrance-myanmar.org

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