The Myanmar Times
Thursday, 24 July 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Farmers can benefit with good policies

Myanmar boasts vast areas of relatively undeveloped land that are attracting newfound attention from foreign investors seeking new opportunities in agricultural projects.


 

Continue reading »

Beckoning investments in agriculture

Australian Professor, Michael Montesano, shares his thoughts with Myo Lwin, editor for special publications of The Myanmar Times on how the agriculture sector can be improved.

Continue reading »

Opportunities on the horizon for telecoms companies

Cheap SIM cards, mobile phones and faster internet could be readily available in Myanmar as the government announces steps towards liberalising the country’s budding telecommunications sector.

 

Continue reading »

Myanmar opens up to new investments

As Myanmar continues to open itself to the outside world, foreign investors have signaled that they are eager to break into what many have called ‘the last frontier in Asia.’ Before this can happen, however, Myanmar must make changes and imporvements across a wide range of sectors.

Continue reading »

Investment in tourism looks set to reach new heights

Political developments over the past year have opened the window on Myanmar as a new tourism market.



 

Continue reading »

Crisis management key to good investment

In a speech last June, President Thein Sein promised to triple Myanmar’s GDP per capita by 2016. Both local and foreign investors have kept an eye on the upcoming investment law to calculate their potential profit.

 

Continue reading »

Laws hold back rush of interest in mining sector

Myanmar’s untapped minerals sector is receiving a gold rush of interest from foreign mining firms as they seek to unlock the country’s undiscovered potential of rich mineral wealth.


 

Continue reading »