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Myanmar last untapped frontier market in South East Asia: opportunities and challenges

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  • Date : Le lundi 29 mai 2017 10:00-12:00
  • Lieu : CCIG, bd du Théâtre 4, Genève
  • Organisation : CCIG and Thura Swiss Ltd

Since 2010, the Republic of the Union of Myanmar has started a series of political and economic reforms, bringing liberalization and modernization to the country. This has enabled the country to have a democratically-elected government and revisit its foreign investment law, leading to an increase in foreign direct investments. Political and economic transformation is still underway, increasing the business opportunities in Myanmar. The country has a vast pool of natural resources and is strategically located in the middle of a high growth region: South East Asia.

Programme to be confirmed

09:45

Registration  

10:00 - 11:30  

Welcome address : Mr Vincent Subilia, Deputy Director General CCIG  

 

The Overall Myanmar Investment Climate and upcomings changes : Mr Alec Maurice, Director of Thura Swiss, Myanmar Market Research and Consulting Company  

 

Testimonial of a major Burmese entrepreneur : Mrs Amy Nyunt, Managing Director, Netsmart (Myanmar IT solution company)  

 

Challenges to run successful operations in Myanmar : Mr Paul Franck, General Manager, Geopetrol Myanmar  

11:30 - 12:00       

Apéritif  

 

Registration fees to be paid upon arrival (please bring the exact amount) : CHF 20.- / CCIG member CHF 35.- / non-member

For any further information, please contact :

Programme : Alec Maurice, Thura Swiss Ltd

Registration : Catherine Carrera, CCIG

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