The Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC) has invited an open tender to local and foreign companies as well as joint-ventures
The Myanmar ICT sector has seen increased interest from investors as ongoing telecoms reforms promise increased competition in the market and acces
One might assume that properties in Myanmar, as one of Asia’s developing nations in the period of a make-over for a democratic t
The first signs of Myanmar’s economic reforms were manifest in one industry – tourism.
Under the new Foreign Investment Law enacted in November 2012, foreign investors are now allowed full equity ownership in various sectors of busine
With the rapid increase in foreign investors and local companies expanding operations, office space is Yangon is in short supply.
World leaders, politicians, journalists, businesspeople and observers from across the globe agree that Myanmar’s political and economic transition
Myanmar’s sweeping wave of new laws and regulations has reshaped the country’s regulatory framework for international financing.
As Myanmar opens for business, global firms are joining the gold-rush to tap what is possibly the last frontier market in Asia.