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Myanmar Business Today - Vol 2, Issue 27
Myanmar Business Today - Vol 2, Issue 27
Myanmar Business Today - Vol 2, Issue 27
Myanmar Business Today - Vol 2, Issue 27
Myanmar Business Today - Vol 2, Issue 27
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  1. 1. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com mmbiztoday.com July 10-16, 2014| Vol 2, Issue 27MYANMAR’S FIRST BILINGUAL BUSINESS JOURNAL Myanmar Summary Myanmar Summary Contd. P 18... Contd. P 18... Contd. P 5... Contd. P 5... Inside MBT Myanmar Admitted as a “Candidate” to EITI Resource Transparency Initiative May Soe San M the oil, gas and mining sector. countries that have signed which requires extensive disclosure and measures als are governed. needs to meet all of the Standard within three deadline, Myanmar will Clare Short, chair of comes at a critical time as ment. jrefrmEdkifiHonf o,HZmw xkwf,lrIvkyfief;rsm; yGifhvif; jrifoma&;vufOD;rI&,laqmif &Gufcsuf (EITI) oabmwlnDrI tzGJUwGif udk,fpm;vS,favmif; tjzpf NyD;cJhonfhoDwif;ywfu vufcHjcif;cHcJh&um a&eH? obm0 "mwfaiGUESifhowåKwl;azmfa&;wGif EdkifiHwumvufOD;aqmif&Gufa&; tzGJU tzGJU0ifjzpfvm&ef yxr ajcvSrf;vSrf;EdkifcJhjcif;jzpfonf/ ta&SUawmiftm&SEdkifiHonf Authorities to Rachet Up Inspection to Meet Trade Target Phyo Thu nion minister for Myint said the government will increase in Myanmar in hopes of meeting the country’s trade volume targets this Myanmar is aiming to have a trade volume of forcement teams has started inspections at port and four other ports in Yangon region, which is in addition to the two sites already monitored The increase means gal goods in or out of the facing up to three years jail time if discovered transporting illicit items. tax evasion and promote Tin Ye Win, told Myan- mar Business Today. pD;yGm;a&;ESifhul;oef;a&mif;0,f a&;0efBuD;Xmejynfaxmifpk0efBuD; OD;0if;jrifhu ,ckb@mESpftwGif; vsmxm;aom ukefoG,frIyrmP 25 bDvD,Hxuf ydkrdkí&&Sdatmif aqmif&Gufrnf[k ajymMum;NyD; &ufowåywftMumwGif w&m; r0ifukefoG,frIrsm;udk xdef;csKyf &ef &efukefavqdyfESifh&efukefNrdKU qdyfurf;ig;ckwGif w&m;r0if ukefoG,frIrsm;twGuf Mobile Team rsm;jzifh ppfaq;zrf;qD; A man digs for sulphur sand near a Chinese copper mining dump in Sarlingyi township at Sagaing divi- sion in Myanmar. SoeZeyaTun/Reuters
  2. 2. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com 2LOCAL BIZ MYANMAR’S FIRST BILINGUAL BUSINESS JOURNAL Board of Editors Editor-in-Chief - Sherpa Hossainy Email - sherpa.hossainy@gmail.com Ph - 09 42 110 8150 Deputy Editor - Aundrea Montaño Email - aundrea.montano@gmail.com Editor-in-Charge - Wai Linn Kyaw Email - linnkhant18@gmail.com Ph - 09 40 157 9090 Regional Editor - Tom Stayner International Editor - David Ross Reporters & Contributors Htun Htun Minn, May Soe San, Kyaw Min, Wai Linn Kyaw, Aye Myat, Aung Phyo, Zwe Wai, Phyo Thu, David Mayes, Sherpa Hossainy, Aundrea Montaño, Tom Stayner, David Ross, Stephen Seng Art & Design Zarni Min Naing (Circle) Email - zarni.circle@gmail.com Ko Naing Email - nzlinn.13@gmail.com DTP May Su Hlaing Translators Wai Linn Kyaw, Phyu Maung, Aye Chan Wynn Advertising Seint Seint Aye, Moe Hsann Pann, Htet Wai Yan, Zin Wai Oo, Nay Lin Htike Advertising Hotline - 09 420 237 625, 09 4211 567 05, 09 31 450 345, 09 250 411 911, 09 2500 18646 Email - sales.mbtweekly@gmail.com Managing Director Prasert Lekavanichkajorn pkajorn@hotmail.com 09421149720 Publisher U Myo Oo (04622) No. 1A-3, Myintha 11th Street, South Okkalapa Township, Yangon. Tel: 951-85000 86, 8500 763 Fax: 951-8603288 ext: 007 Shwe Naing Ngan Printing (04193) Printing Subscription & Circulation Aung Khin Sint - aksint2008@gmail.com 09 20 435 59 Nilar Myint - manilarmyint76@gmail.com 09 4210 855 11 Khaing Zaw Hnin - snowkz34@gmail.com 09 4211 30133 Business News in Brief Semi-government SMID Bank to be listed in 2015 The Small and Medium Industrial Development Yangon demand for loans. May, according to the Directorate of Investment and tors. Manufacturing received the highest amount with the new aviation legislation, local media reported. The ing discussed at the Lower House of Parliament after cent of Myanmar’s GDP, in total tax revenue for the Myanmar Summary pufrIvkyfief;0efBuD;Xmevufatmuf&Sd tao;pm;ESifh tvwfpm; pufrIvkyfief;zGHUNzdK;a&;bPf (SMIDB) onf 2015 ckESpfwGif &efukef pawmhtdwfcsdef;aps;uGufay:aygufvmcsdefü pm&if;oGif;í &S,f,m a&mif;csrnf[k od&onf/ jrefrmEdkifiHqif;&Jom;OD;a& 70 &mcdkifEIef;twGuf tcGifhta&;rsm;pGm zefwD;ay;rnfh aqmif&Gufcsuftjzpf jynfybPfESifh aiGaMu;tzGJU tpnf;rsm;onf tao;pm;aiGaMu;0efaqmifrIvkyfief;vdkifpif&&Sd&ef ydkí pdwf0ifwpm;avQmufxm;vmMuaMumif; od&onf/ 2013-14 b@mESpftwGuf pkpkaygif;tcGef0ifaiGrSm a':vm oHk;bDvD,HeD;yg;&SdcJhNyD; jrefrmEdkifiH GDP 4 'or 4 &mcdkifEIef; jzpfaMumif; jynfwGif;tcGefOD;pD;XmerS od&onf/xdkyrmPrSm a'o wGif;tjcm;EdkifiHrsm;ESifh,SOfygu tenf;qHk;jzpfNyD; xdkif;wGif GDP 16 'or 5 &mcdkifEIef;? uarÇm'D;,m;wGif 11 'or 6 &mcdkifEIef;ESifh zdvpfydkifwGif 12 'or 9 &mcdkifEIef;toD;oD;&&SdcJhonf/ jrefrmEdkifiH 2014-15 b@ma&;ESpf yxrESpfvtwGif; ({NyD- ar) ukefoG,fa&;vdkaiGjyrI a':vm 947 'or 57 oef;&SdcJhaMumif; w&m;0if pm&if;Z,m;rsm;t&od&onf/ xdkumvtwGif;jynfy ukef oG,frIrSm pkpkaygif; a':vm 4 'or 03 bDvD,H&SdcJhNyD; wifydkUrI wefzdk; 1 'or 54 bDvD,HESifh wifoGif;rI wefzdk; 2 'or 49 bDvD,H&SdcJhaMumif; od&onf/ pkpkaygif;wifydkUrIrsm;teuf yifv,f a&aMumif;rS a':vm 2 'or 16 wefzdk;wifydkUEdkifcJhNyD; e,fpyf ukef oG,fa&;rS a':vm 323 'or 76 oef;wifydkUEdkifcJhaMumif; pm&if; Z,m;rsm;t& od&onf/s
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  4. 4. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com LOCAL BIZ 4 Myanmar Summary Myanmar Summary EY Expands Assurance Services in Myanmar Lfessional services expanded in Myanmar to through the admission of to the multidisciplinary suite of tax, transaction and advisory services that nies that are seeking to invest in Myanmar. Singapore Managing is an important develop ment for us as we are now even more connected and responsive to the evolv ing needs of our clients who have increasingly expressed interest in this new frontier market. Phyo Thu and experience in helping loitte, PwC and KPMG, he said. isting tax, advisory and transactions services, it seeks to help its clients their stakeholders and markets. sustaining the economic health and growth of the country, which resonates with our purpose of help tidisciplinary services strong local market ex perience and seamless access to our extensive domestic and interna tional companies across a variety of sectors that are poised for expansion in Myanmar, as well as to the development of the pm&if;ppfvkyfief;ESifhtjcm;aom 0efaqmifrIvkyfief;rsm;jyKvkyfay; vsuf&Sdonfh Ernst & Young (EY)onf jrefrmEdkifiHwGif “EY UTW(Myanmar)Ltd” trnf &Sd jynfwGif;pm&if;ppftzGJUwpf&yf udk zGifhvSpfcJhaMumif; od&onf/ tqdkygpm&if;ppfukrÜPDonf tjynfjynfqdkif&mtcGeftc aumufcHrIudpöESifh tjcm;aom 0efaqmifrIudpö&yfrsm;udk 2013 ckESpf? {NyDvrSpí pwifaqmif &GufcJhNyD; pm&if;ppfvkyfief;udkyg jreffrmEdkifiHwGif EdkifiHjcm;&if;ESD; jr§KyfESHrIwdk;wufap&ef &nf&G,f csufjzifh xyfrHaqmif&GufcJhNyD; jzpfaMumif; od&onf/ tmqD,HESifhpifumylEdkifiH refae*sif;'g½dkufwm Max Loh ajymMum;csufrSm EY UTW (Myanmar) Ltd tm; EY tzGJU0iftjzpf (1-7-2014) &uf aeYrSpí todtrSwfjyKjcif;onf EdkifiHwum&if;ESD;jr§KyfESHrIrsm; pdwf0ifpm;aeaom jrefrmEdkifiH Frontier market twGuf ta&;BuD;aompdwf0ifpm;zG,f&m &Sdaomwdk;wufrIwpf&yfjzpfaMumif; ajymcJhNyD; EY taeESifh vuf&Sd aqmif&Gufvsuf&Sdaom tjcm; aom0efaqmifrIvkyfief;tjyif assurance service (pm&if;ppf vkyfief;) udkyg xnfhoGif;aqmif &Gufjcif;aMumifh jrefrmEdkifiHodkY &if;ESD;jr§KyfESHrIrsm; ydkrdkí,HkMunfrI &Sdvmrnf[k ajymcJhonf/ EY UTW (Myanmar) Ltd CountryManagingPartner OD;wif0if;u ]]uRefawmfwdkYpm&if; ppftzGJUtaeeJY EY &JU member jzpfwmaMumifh tjynfjynf qdkif&m EY member ESifh qufoG,frIjyKvkyfNyD; tultnDrsm;&&SdEdkifrSmjzpfygw,f/ jrefrmEdkifiH&JUwdk;wufrItwGuf jynfwGif;ESifh EdkifiHjcm;ukrÜPDawG &JU 0efaqmifrIvdktyfcsufawGudk ydkrdkjznfhqnf;ay;EdkifrSmyg}}[k ajymcJhonf/ Tesco Chairman Meets Suu Kyi to Broker Deal to Enter Myanmar T esco chairman Sir had a meeting with deal for the grocer to en country, according to National League for person Suu Kyi has pre viously said she would Aye Myat lowing her release from house arrest. elled with group com mercial director, Kevin Grace, expects to initially set up contracts with new suppliers and then look at launching Tesco stores in the country. network in Thailand and Malaysia which are close Tesco Ouú| qm&pfcsuf ba&mhbefYonf twdkuftcH acgif;aqmifa':atmifqef;pk MunfESifh awGUqHkíjrefrmEdkifiHodkY ,if;vufvDta&mif;qdkifvkyfief; 0ifa&mufEdkifa&;aqG;aEG;cJhaMumif; NAdwdefowif;rsm;t& od&onf/ trsKd;om;'Drdkua&pDtzGJUcsKyf (NLD) Ouú| a':pkMunfu ]]usifh0wfvdkufemí wm0ef,lrI &Sdaom}} NAdwdefpD;yGm;a&;rsm;udk BudKqdkaMumif; tus,fcsKyfrSvGwf ajrmufNyD; NAdwdefodkY vma&muf pOfu ajymMum;cJhonf/ ba&mhbefYonfukefpnfjznfh qnf; oltopfrsm; ESifh ueOD;pm csKyfrsm;csKyfqdkNyD;aemufjrefrm EdkifiHwGif Tesco qdkifrsm;zGifhvSpf &efarQmfrSef;xm;aMumif; od& onf/ RuiVieira/PAWire Bloomberg
  5. 5. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com LOCAL BIZ 5 Myanmar Summary AutomatedCargoClearanceby2016:CustomsDept n automated cargo clearance system is cilitate trade, the Customs Department said. Htun Htun Minn Clearance System, it will coordinate all customs anmar, eliminating direct cording to the department. The development of the system, supported through grants from the Japanese government, toms Department, said. ment are increasing, trade volumes are increasing we expect to save a lot of enue Department, said dures when dealing with imports and exports. He said software testing agencies using the system er or expertise. However, in the long run the system the software is properly understood, he said. ance system, the same in Myanmar, went online with Japan. 2016ckESpfukefydkif;wGifukefoG,f rIvkyfief;rsm; vsifjrefacsmarGUap &ef tvdktavsmuf taumuf cGef&Sif;vif;a&;pepf (Myanmar Automatic Cargo Clearance System) udk taumiftxnf azmfaqmif&GufoGm;rnfjzpfaMumif; b@ma&;0efBuD;Xme?taumuf cGefOD;pD;XmerS od&onf/ ,if;pepfonf *syefEdkifiH taumufcGef&Sif;vif;a&;pepf Nipon Automatic Cargo Clearance System udk tajccH uma&;qGJxm;onhfpepfjzpfonfh *syefEdkifiH b@ma&;tultnD jzifh taumiftxnfazmfaqmif &GufrnfjzpfaMumif; taumufcGef OD;pD;XmerS od&onf/ uGefysLwmaqmhzf0JvfoHk;pepf jzpfonfhtwGuf taumufcGef 0efxrf;rsm;ESifhtcGefxrf;jynfol rsm; wdkuf½dkufxdawGU&ef rvdktyf onfhtjyif taumufcGef&Sif;vif; a&;0efaqmifrIvkyfief;rsm; vkyf udkifaeonfhat;*sifhrsm;t&nf taoG;ydkif;vnf; wdk;wufvm rnfjzpfaMumif; taumufcGefOD;pD; Xme 'kwd,ñTefMum;a&;rSL; OD;0if;oef;u ajymonf/ ]]'DpepfudkoHk;r,fqdk&if vltif tm;pdkufxkwfrIoufomr,fqdk wm odxm;w,f/ ukefoG,frI? &if;ESD;jr§KyfESHrIrsm;vmwJhtay: ydkYukef? oGif;ukefypönf;awG[m ukefusp&dwfenf;vmNyD; ydkrdkjrefqef ydkYukefoGif;ukefrsm;vmonfh twGuf ,if;pepfonf ukefoG,fol taumufcGef0efxrf;ESifhtaumuf cGefvkyfief;rsm;vkyfudkifaeaom at;*sifhrsm;tMum; Mum;cHquf oG,frIydkrdkrsm;jym;vmap&ef tajccH a&;qGJxm;onfhpepfjzpfonf/ prf;oyftoHk;jyK&ef aqmhzf0Jvf 'DZdkif;a&;qGJjcif;udkvnf; 2015 ckESpf ESpfukefydkif;wGif NyD;pD;rnf[k arQmfrSef;xm;aMumif; jynfwGif; tcGefOD;pD;XmevufaxmufñTef Mum;a&;rSL; OD;0if;ausmfu ajym onf/ *syeftaumufcGef&Sif;vif;a&; pepf NiponAutomatic Cargo ClearanceSystem udk AD,uferf EdkifiHwGif arvtwGif; pwif toHk;jyK&ef*syefEdkifiHuulnDcJh onf/ Myanmar’s trade is maritime transportation teams have seized illegal ume has increased more past three years, spurred pected to reach as high as The government will tion to meet Myanmar’s ports have exceeded the country’s exports in the year, experts say. oGm;rnfjzpfaMumif; od&onf/ ,if;uJhodkY zrf;qD;&efpDrHcsuf tjyif Zlvdkifv 1 &ufaeYrS vukef txd aiG'Pftjzpf owfrSwfum jy|mef;oGm;rnfjzpfum Mo*kwfv 1 &ufaeYrSpwifum rorm aomukefoG,frIrsm;twGuf axmif'Pftxd ajymif;vJcsrSwf ta&;,loGm;rnfjzpfaMumif; od&onf/ &efukefNrdKU&Sd qdyfurf;ckepfck teufrSxD;wef;qdyfurf;?at;&Sm; a0gvfqdyfurf;? jrefrmhpufrI qdyfurf;?Adkvfatmifausmfqdyfurf; ESifh ql;avqdyfurf;rsm;wGif ppfaq;oGm;rnfjzpfum &efukef tjynfjynfqdkif&mavqdyfwGif vnf; AirCargo rsm;udk ppfaq; oGm;rnfjzpfaMumif; od&onf/ EdkifiHt"duukefoG,frIwGif yifv,fa&aMumif;rS 80 &mcdkif EIef;cefY&SdNyD; e,fpyfukefoG,fa&; pcef;rsm;rS 20 &mcdkifEIef;cefY ukefoG,fvsuf&SdNyD; Mobile Team jzifh zrf;qD;rIvuf&Sdtcsdef txd usyf 17 bDvD,Hausmf zdk ;txd &&S dxm;aM umif; od&onf/ jrefrmEdkifiHawmfukefoG,frIyrmP onf ,cktcsdeftxd oHk;ESpf twGif; tar&duefa':vm 10 bDvD,H txd wuf vm cJh NyD; 2012-2013 b@mESpfxuf ,refESpfb@mESpfwGifvnf; tar&duefa':vm 6 bDvD,H txd wdk;wufvmcJhaMumif;ESifh ukefoG,frIyrmPudk 35 bDvD,H txd arQmfrSef;xm;um {NyD 1 &uf rS ZGef 21 &uftxd tar&d uefa':vm oef; 5166 'or 683 txd&&Sdxm;aMumif; od& onf/ odkYaomf vuf&Sdtcsdeftxd ukefoG,frIyrmPwGif ydkYukef xuf wifoGif;ukefonf jrifhwuf aeqJjzpfonf/ Containers at Asia World Port in Yangon. SherpaHossainy
  6. 6. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com LOCAL BIZ 6 Myanmar Summary CGG Opens Myanmar Subsurface Imaging Centre physical services company CGG said imaging centre in Yangon to service and support the ration sector. The new centre is the science company. dent, geology, geophysics and reservoir, CGG, said: ernment’s recent award tional and local oil and gas companies, we foresee a quickening in the pace of exploration activity tre’s launch underlines its Aung Phyo pating in the opening up troleum industry. our new centre’s strong lock the potential of this CGG said the aim of the tional and local energy and petroleum companies operating in Myanmar imaging technology and expertise. country, it added. The new centre is CGG’s seismic processing ments of CGG’s clients operating in Myanmar, jyifopftajcpdkuf CGG blrd½ly 0efaqmifrIukrÜPDonfajratmuf rsufESmjyifyHkazmfjcif;pifwmudk &efukefwGifzGifhvSpfí wdk;wufvm rnf[k cefYrSef;xm;aom jrefrm EdkifiH a&eHESifh obm0"mwfaiGU wl;azmfa&;vkyfief;tm; 0efaqmif rIay;yHhydk;oGm;rnfjzpfonf/ tBuD;pm;EdkifiHwumblrdodyÜH ukrÜPDBuD;wpfckuxdkuJhodkYvkyfief; rsKd;jrefrmEdkifiHwGifvma&mufzGifh for processing large data volumes, it added. mar geophysicists running the centre is expected to expand with the anticipated growth in the Myanmar oil and gas exploration sector, CGG said, adding that it is committed to training and cessing talents in Myanmar. vSpfjcif;rSm þtBudrfu yxr qHk;jzpfonf/ ]]jrefrmtpdk;&u a&eHeJY obm0 "mwfaiGUurf;eD;vkyfuGuf 16 ck eJY urf;a0;vkyfuGuf 20 ckwdkYudk EdkifiHwumeJY jynfwGif;ukrÜPDawG udk csay;xm;wJhtwGuf vmr,fh 18 vtwGif; wl;azmfa&;vkyfief; awG vsifjrefpGm jrifhwufvmEdkif w,fvdkU uRefrwdkY cefYrSef;xm;yg w,f}}[k CGG blrdaA'? blrd½lyESifh a&eHobm0"mwfaiGU odkufynm&SiftBuD;wef;trIaqmif ESifh 'kwd,or®wqdkzDZm ployees worldwide. uGD&mu qdkonf/ ]]uRefrwdkY&JU pifwmtopfudk jynfwGif;rSm cdkifckdifrmrm jzefYusuf EdkifzdkY BudK;pm;NyD; 'Day:aygufvm r,fhaps;uGuf&JU tvm;tvmudk zGifhxkwf&mrSm ulnDoGm;rSmyg}}[k CGG OD;wnfcsufrSm jrefrm EdkifiHwGif vkyfudkifaeaom jynf wGif;ESifh jynfyukrÜPDrsm;tm; vkyfief;cGiftwGif;wGif CGG aemufqHk;ay:ajratmufrsufESm jyifyHkazmfjcif;enf;ynmESifh uRrf; usifrIrsm;udk vufvSrf;rDtoHk;cs Edkifap&efjznfhqnf;&efjzpfonf/ tcsdefMumvmonfESifhtrQ CGG onfe,fa'rsm;odkYvkyfief;csJUxGif oGm;rnfjzpfonf/pifwmopfwGif aemufqHk;ay:ypönf;ud&d,mrsm; ESifh CGG ajraMumwdkif;wma&; aqmhzf0Jrsm; wyfqifxm;NyD; jrefrmEdkifiH&Sd ajratmufrsufESm jyifyHkazmfrIvdktyfolrsm;udk jznfh qnf;ay;oGm;rnfjzpfonf/ yrmPjrifhrm;aom tcsuf tvufrsm;udk qef;ppf&eftwGuf CGG singapore ESifhvnf; cdkifrmjrefqefaomuGef&ufcsdwf qufrI&SdaMumif; od&onf/ pifwm&Sdjrefrmblrd½lyaA'ynm &SiftzGJUrSmvnf; jrefrmEdkifiH a&eHESifh obm0"mwfaiGUwl;azmf rIvkyfief;u@cefYrSef;onfhtwdkif; zGHUNzdK;vmrIESifhtwl vdkufygBuD;xGm; vmrnfjzpfaMumif;ESifh jynfwGif; tcsuftvufqef;ppf&ef t&nf tcsif;&Sdolrsm;udkvnf; avhusifh ysKd;axmifay;vsuf&SdaMumif; CGG u ajymMum;onf/ May Soe San L ocal conglomerate Shwe Taung Group rity infrastructure for the Myanmar International Convention Centre in the country’s capital Nay Pyi Taw. the main information and centre. ner with the Shwe Taung NEC, Shwe Taung to Provide Network and Security Infrastructure for MICC NEC Asia Pacific appointed main information and communications technology provider for the Myanmar International Convention Centre by Shwe Taung Group tions technology provider security infrastructure tional Convention Centre to ensure the safety of its potential for growth and development and are our expertise in providing private sector, to meet the technology demands of tre is a newly completed centre that recently held which Myanmar hosted tion centre, consisting of network and security infrastructure, integrated vices, and a master clock ment. curity and safety system consists of access control ing contactless smartcard technology, as well as sisting of intelligent video camera solutions. chronisation of all devices within the centre’s ICT provide maintenance and support for these critical desk and event support, it said. Training for using the and the local team in charge of maintenance in mar language. ence in Myanmar, with over 35 years of experience working in the country. Myanmar Summary jynfwGif;vkyfief;tkyfpka&Tawmif ESifh wdkY yl;aygif;í aejynfawmf&Sd jrefrm tjynfjynfqdkif&mnDvmcHpifwm wGif uGef&ufESifh vHkNcHKa&;tajccH rlabmifrsm; wyfqifay;rnfjzpf aMumif; aMunmcJhonf/ oabmwlnDcsuft& *syef IT ESifhuGefysLwmuGef&ufenf;ynm ukrÜPD NEC vufatmufcH onf tqdkyg pifwmtwGuf t"duowif; tcsuftvufESifh qufoG,fa&; enf;ynm (IT) jznfhqnf;ay; rnfjzpfonf/ jrefrmtjynfjynfqdkif&mnDvmcH pifwmonf rMumao;rDu jrefrmEdkifiHu yxrqHk;vufcH usif;yonfh 2014 ckESpf ASEAN xdyfoD;nDvmcHusif;ycJh&m rDwm 60ç000 ywfvnftus,ft0ef; &Sdonfh nDvmcHESifh jyyGJcef;rjzpf onf/ NEC aygif;pnf;vHkNcHKa&; pepfrsm;wGifprwfuwftoHk;jyK enf;ynmuJhodkY 0ifcGifhxdef;csKyfrI pepfrsm;enf;wl ÓPf&nfjrifh ½kyfoHuifr&mpepfrsm;yg0ifonfh apmifhMunhfa&;pepfrsm; yg0if aMumif; od&onf/ NEC onf þpepfrsm;udk xdef;odrf;yHhydk;ay; oGm;rnfjzpfonf/ þpepfrsm;oHk;pGJ&eftwGuf aejynfawmfNrdKUawmfpnfyifaumifpD 0efxrf;rsm;ESifh e,fcHxdef;odrf; a&;tzGJUudk avhusifhoifwef;ay; oGm;rnfjzpfonf/ Deputy Minister for Energy U Aung Htoo speaks at the inauguration ceremony for CGG’s new Myanmar subsuface imaging center. 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  7. 7. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com 7LOCAL BIZ Myanmar Summary Unemployment Rate High Despite Rise in Jobs Htun Htun Minn Tployed people in Yangon region is than 33 percent this year though unemployment rate still remains high, Social Security. Yangon has seen a yearly individuals registering their employment activi ties with the ministry’s ing people in Yangon region which increased according to the ministry. Those who register their employment activities with the ministry must pay tax on their incomes cial welfare program and worker protections. informal unemployment issues, particularly those Yangon. However, experts say unemployment needs creasing development and growing regional populations set to put fur ther strain on state infra through government in come. Despite these yearly increases, Yangon still ployment, due largely to the lack of employment as well as a coordination ers do not have access to works or recruitment agencies. The Yangon city region, garment industry, one of the largest employment sectors, with increasing foreign investment pre dicted to increase these working in Yangon has come from other parts of foreign investment, with registered workers almost director of the Depart Consequently there is working population and the total population of opportunities have in creased in Yangon, people without any network are people pursue work in fa miliar surroundings and contexts. unemployment is partly recruitment opportuni ties for youths from the house section of the par liament. created to employ the yearly rising population of Yangon and reducing unemployment rate de pends on the economic development of the coun try. &efukefwdkif;a'oBuD;twGif; 2011 ckESpfrSpí av;ESpftwGif; vkyfom;ta&twGuf 33 'or 33 &mcdkifEIef;ausmf wufvm aomfvnf; tvkyfvufrJhtrsm; tjym;&Sdaeao;aMumif; tvkyf orm;?tvkyftudkifESifh vlrIzlvHk a&;0efBuD;Xme? tvkyform; tvkyftudkifESifhvlrIzlvHka&;OD;pD; XmerS od&onf/ &efukefwdkif;a'oBuD;wGif tvkyfvkyfudkifolvkyfom;OD;a& rSm ESpfpOfajcmufaomif;ausmf wdk;wufvsuf&SdNyD; ,if;uJhodkY vkyfom;tiftm;wdk;wufvm jcif;rSmtvkyftudkiftcGifhtvrf; zefwD;ay;EdkifrIaMumifhjzpfNyD;? 2014 ESpfwGif vkyfom;wpfodef; ausmftxdwdk;wufvmEdkifaMumif; tvkyform;ñTefMum;rIOD;pD;Xme rS od&onf/ 2011ckESpfu&efukefwdkif;a'o BuD;wGif vkyfom; (600ç000) odef;0ef;usif&SdNyD;?2012 ckESpfwGif vkyfom; 666ç664 OD;&Sdvmum 2013 ckESpfwGif vkyfom; 720ç794 OD;txd wdk;wufvmcJhaMumif;? 2014 ckESpfwGif &efukefwdkif;a'o BuD;wGif vkyfom; 800ç000 odef;ausmftwGif;&Sdvmrnf[k cefYrSef;xm;aMumif; tvkyform; tvkyftudkifESifhvlrIzlvHka&; OD;pD;XmerS od&onf/ ,if;uJhodkY tvkyfvkyfudkifol OD;a&ESpfpOfwdk;wufaeaomfvnf; &efukefNrdKU&Sd vlOD;a& &Spfoef;eD;yg; ESifh EIdif;,SOfygu tvGefenf;yg; aeao;NyD;?tvkyftudkifr&Sdao; aom ta&twGufrSmvnf; trsm;tjym;&Sdaeao;aMumif; ,if;0efBuD;XmerS od&onf/ ]]&efukefrSm w&m;0ifvkyfudkif aewJhvkyfom;trsm;pke,fu vmwJholrsm;w,f/&if;ESD;jr§KyfESHrI awG trsm;tjym;0ifa&mufvm wJhtwGuf? tvkyftudkifawG trsm;BuD; zefwD;EdkifwJhtwGuf 'DESpfqdk ESpfqeD;yg;avmuf&Sdvm Edkifw,f}}[k tvkyform;ñTefMum; rIOD;pD;XmerS ñTefMum;a&;rSL; OD;oufxGef;u ajymonf/ vuf&Sd &efukefwdkif;a'oBuD; twGif; vkyfom;tiftm;trsm; qHk;vkyfudkifaeaom txnfcsKyf vkyfief;rsm;wGif vkyfom; ESpfodef; ausmf&SdNyD;?usef&Sdaomvkyfom; rsm;rSm u@toD;oD;wGif 0if a&mufvkyfudkifvsuf&SdaMumif; od&onf/ ,if;uJhodkY tvkyform;rsm; tvkyftudkif tcGifhtvrf; wkd;wufvmjcif;rSm EdkifiHjcm; &if;ESD; jr§KyfESHrIrsm;ESifh EdkifiHom; &if;ESD;jr§KyfESHrIrsm;ydkrdk0ifa&muf vmjcif;wdkYaMumifhjzpfaMumif; od&onf/ &efukefNrdKUwGif tvkyfvkyfudkif aeol ckepfodef;ausmfwGif touf 20 rS 30 twGif; vlvwfydkif; rsm;rSm trsm;qHk;jzpfNyD;? touf 20 atmufvli,frsm;rSm tenf; qHk;jzpfaMumif; tvkyform; 0efBuD;XmerS od&onf/ A worker carries a box of goods at the jetty of Yangon river in Yangon. UAung/Xinhua
  8. 8. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com LOCAL BIZ 8 Myanmar Summary Myanmar Summary Myanmar Summary State-runBanksNowSubjecttoSameFeesforForexLicences May Soe San Sto pay the same fees for foreign currency ex according to the Central change privileges, com plus additional costs such as licence renewal or ex tension fees, charged to Starting from July 1, foreign exchange licences is charged the new rates for applications, renew als, late applications or licence extensions. These will include up ers of foreign exchange dealer licences, with a K with an additional fee of month if the fee payment is late. Dealers wishing to ex pand their foreign ex change licences must also pay an additional K ing money changer licenc wish to change money their licence. with foreign exchange li cences were previously quired to renew their li cences. Interra Completes Yet Another Myanmar Oil Field Drilling Aye Myat Sand gas exploration company Interra Resources Ltd disclosed Tuesday that its jointly controlled entity, Gold Company Inc, has com pleted development well producer. twelfth well drilled in the teenth in Myanmar in interest in the Improved Petroleum Recovery Con of Goldpetrol which is the Since the well was drilled using Goldpetrol’s comparatively low, the of the cost of drilling was funded from existing funds on hand. feet in the Chauk South oil from reservoirs in this existing wells, it said. completed through casing day. pifumyltajcpdkuf a&eHESifh obm0"mwfaiGU&SmazGa&;ukrÜPD jzpfonfh Interra Resources Co.,Ltd onf acsmufa&eHajr&Sd vkyfuGuftrSwf 1188 wGif a&eH xkwfazmf&SmazGcGifh&&SdcJhaMumif; aMunmcJhonf/tqdkygvkyfuGuf trSwf 1188 onf Interra ukrÜPDacsmufa&eHajr 12 ck ajrmufvkyfuGufjzpfNyD; tqdkygvkyf uGuftm; a&T? *wfpfukrÜPDESifh yl;wGJvkyfudkifjcif;jzpfum Interra taejzifh a&eH&SmazGawGU&SdrItay: wGif 60 &mcdkifEIef; tusKd;tjrwf &&Sdrnfjzpfonf/ Interra onfh a&eHvkyfuGufwGif ayaygif; 2705aytxdwl;azmfEdkif&ef&nf rSef;xm;NyD;&nfrSef;csuft&wpf aeYvQifa&eHpdrf;pnfaygif;170 xkwfEkdif&ef&nfrSef;xm;onf/ EdkifiHjcm;aiGvkyfief;vdkifpifrsm; twGuf yk*¾vdubPfrsm;udk aumufcHonfhtwdkif; tpdk;&bPf rsm;udkvnf; Zlvdkif 1 &ufrSpwif aumufcHrnf[k jrefrmEdkifiHawmf A[dkbPfrS owif;&&Sdonf/ EdkifiHydkifbPfrsm;rSm vuf&Sd umvtxdtqdkygEIef;xm;rsm;udk ay;aqmifp&mrvdkbJ vkyfudkifae aomfvnf; A[dkbPfonf tpdk;& r[kwfaom oD;oefYtzGJUtpnf; jzpfvmonfhtwGuf ,if;uJhodkY wef;wljzpfvmap&ef vdkifpifEIef; xm;rsm;udk topfjyefvnfjyKjyif vdkufjcif;jzpfonf/ topfjyKjyif&mwGif EdkifiHjcm;oHk; aiGrsm;a&mif;0,fazmufum;onfh vkyfief;vdkifpif odkYr[kwf EdkifiHjcm; aiGrsm;0,f,la&mif;csvJvS,fcGifh vdkifpifudkifaqmifxm;aom EdkifiHydkifbPfrsm;? yk*¾vdubPf rsm;? [dkw,frsm;ESifh bPfr[kwf aomtzGJUtpnf;rsm;tm;vHk;tae jzifh vkdifpifqdkif&mueOD;avQmuf xm;jcif;? oufwrf;wdk;jcif;? aemufusavQmufxm;jcif;?vkyfief; wdk;csJUaqmif&Gufjcif;wdkYtwGuf vdkifpifaMu;EIef;xm;rsm;udk Zlvdkif 1 &ufrSpwifum aumufcHrnf jzpfonf/ Ministry Invites Bid to Upgrade Rail Ticketing System May Soe San T he Ministry of Rail Transportation has announced an open tender from interested lo cal individuals and com panies for the installation and operation of an elec tronic ticketing system for Yangon’s circular and The automated system is set to cover 15 of the major stations of Yan gon’s metropolitan rail network and is hoped to improve speed and man agement of the network. improve our service qual tender reviewing commit tee of Myanma Railways under the Ministry of Rail Transportation said. for us and we cannot just install automated gates of the tender process will contract to install and op erate the system. sellers, with commuters they have paid. However, cided in the tender pro PhyuThitLwin WaiLinnKyaw &xm;ydkYaqmifa&;0efBuD;Xme jrefrmhrD;&xm;taejzifh &efukef NrdKUywfESifh qifajczHk;vrf;ydkif; ajy;qGJaom &xm;rsm;ü vufrSwf 0,f,lrIydkrdkvG,fultqifajyap &ef uGefysLwmtoHk;jyKí vufrSwf a&mif;csrIpepf (Computerized ticketing System) udk yk*¾vdu ESifh tusKd;wlaqmif&GufoGm;rnf jzpfaMumif;EdkifiHydkifrD'D,mrSwpf qifh od&dS&onf/ &efukefNrdKUywfESifhqifajczHk;vrf; ydkif;twGif;ajy;qGJvsuf&Sdonfhvl pD;&xm;rsm;vufrSwfrsm;tm; uGefysLwmtoHk;jyKívufrSwf a&mif;csrIpepfudkueOD;taejzifh t"dublwmBuD; 15 blwmwGif pwifaqmif&Gufrnfjzpfonf/ An AGD Bank branch in Yangon. From now, state-run banks have to pay the same fee to get foreign exchange licences as private banks like AGD. KyawMin
  9. 9. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com LOCAL BIZ 9 Myanmar Summary Notice of Apology I Myanmar Business To- day’s terviewee of a survey on Yangon’s restaurant wrote in the piece. ogies for the unnecessary aggravation, grief and the profound anguish that was caused to anyone, any association, Myanmar’s amazing Harvey’s article. We deeply regret such an the people of Myanmar and even expats who are living or have visited here. to the root cause of it. When we get an article edits the copy and sends it to the layout team who eventually puts the piece on the paper. edited out in the last edited version of the went into the print version. However, this does not take away the fact for it. We are extremely disappointed and feel and aggrieve Myanmar’s lovely people and the great country itself through our paper and ment emailed to us said he apologises if individual had told me of their perception of means my own opinion ... I didn’t intend any est apologies and look forward to our readers’ ly upsetting error. Sincerely, Phyo Thu Mance regulations are set to change cials said. The systems would see insured companies pay their insurance rates in instructions have come nies expecting permits to the year. foreign currency. This is surance in dollars, it is an er service. fect the foreign exchange Maung Thein, chair of Myanmar’s Insurance protection for increasing anmar and spur further investment. However, domestic ance is still low, with only insurance. tmrcHvkyfief;rsm;udk yk*¾vdu rSvkyfudkifcGifhjyKvmNyD;aemufwGif aemufwpfqifhtaejzifha':vm jzifh tmrcHvkyfief;vkyfudkifcGifhrsm; udk tpdk;&u cGifhjyKvm&m vkyfief; qdkif&mtao;pdwfñTefMum;csuf rsm; xGuf&SdNyD;ygu tqdkygtmrcH vkyfief;rsm; pwifvmEdkifrnfjzpf aMumif; od&onf/ vuf&Sdü EdkifiHjcm;aiGwGif tar &duefa':vmwpfrsKd;wnf; tmrcHvkyfudkifcGifhudk jynfwGif; &Sd IKBZ, Grand Guardian Insurance, First National Insurance ESifh atmifopömOD; tmrcHvkyfief;wdkYtm; cGifhjyKay; xm;NyD; rnfonfhtrsKd;tpm; vkyfief;rsm;udk a':vmjzifh tmrcH vkyfcGihfjyKrnfudk tao;pdwfrod &SdEdkifao;aMumif;od&onf/ ,if;vkyfief;rsm;pwifEdkif&ef rwnf&if;ESD;aiGtjzpf ukrÜPD wpfckudk tar&duefa':vm ig;odef;tjzpfowfrSwfxm;NyD;aiG ay;oGif;NyD;yguvkyfief;rsm;w &m;0ifvkyfydkifcGifhudk,ckESpfrukef rDcsxm;ay;&efvkyfudkifcGifh& ukrÜPDrsm;uarQmfrSef;xm;onf/ SoeZeyaTun/Reuters
  10. 10. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com LOCAL BIZ 10 MinistryCallsTendertoImplementE-VisaSystem Htun Htun Minn T he Ministry of Im migration and Pop let local company’s vie for the implementation rights to Myanmar’s electronic visa application system manage the increased in nesspeople seeking entry into the country. teria companies have to ment’s prerequisites for the Department of Immi gration and National Reg istration. planed to implement around the world, to ease the regulation require ments that determine the entry and exit of foreign ers in and out of Myan mar. Local technology com have preference in the process, which ends July partment of Immigration and National Registra tion. Han said the country’s in Naung Naung Han, said. plicants from countries without a Myanmar em away from the country’s online if and when their visa is approved. Currently, foreigners tions have to wait more than a week for their re and fees can vary ac cording to an applicant’s country of origin and visa type. Visa system can reduce this waiting period to three days and eliminate any need for travellers to go to one of Myanmar’s Two years ago the gov ernment assigned the De partment of Immigration and National Registration to manage the implemen tem under the guidance of the MIP. The Ministry of Hotel and Tourism led calls to the government for the electronic visa applica Myanmar Summary jrefrmEdkifiHtwGif;odkYurÇmvSnfh c&D;oGm;0ifa&mufrItqifajy vG,fulap&ef E-Visa pepf usifhoHk;&efvl0ifrIBuD;Muyfa&;ESifh jynfolUtiftm;0efBuD;Xmeu wif'gac:cJhonf/ wif'gac:,l&mwGif jynfywGif w&m;0ifausmaxmufaemufcH&Sd onfh jynfwGif;&Sd enf;ynmqdkif &mukrÜPDrsm;ukdom ac:,ljcif; jzpfaMumif; vl0ifrIBuD;Muyfa&; ESifh jynfolUtiftm;0efBuD;Xme? trsKd;om;rSwfyHkwifa&;OD;pD;Xme? pDrHESifhb@ma&;XmecGJrSod&onf/ ]]tcGefaumufr,hfudpöawGutp b,fvdkyHkpHeJY aumufcH&r,fqdk wmawGG? ukrÜPDrsm;taeeJY vkyf aqmif&r,fh tao;pdwftcsuf tvufawGudk xkwfay;xm;yg w,f/vkyfudkifcsifwJhukrÜPDawG vma&mufxkwf,lEdkifygw,f}}[k txuffygXmerSwm0ef&SdolwpfOD; u ajymonf/ wif'gac:,ljcif;udk2014 ZGefv 27 7ufrS Zlvdkifv 16 &ufxd owfrSwfxm;aMumif;vl0ifrIBuD; Muyfa&;ESifhjynfolUtiftm;0efBuD; XmeuaMunmxm;NyD;vkyfaqmif vdkonfhukrÜPDrsm;taejzifhaqmif &GufrnfhtpDtpOfrsm;udk wifjy &rnfjzpfonf/ e-visa pepfonf jrefrmoH½Hk; r&SdonfhEkdifiHrsm;? oH½Hk;jzifh a0; onfhNrdKUrsm;rS jynfy{nfhonfrsm; vnf; vG,fulpGm tGefvdkif;rS avQmufxm;EdkifrnfjzpfNyD; ADZm usyguvnf; tGefvdkif;rSom jyefvnftoday;aqmif&GufoGm; rnfjzpfaMumif; vl0ifrIBuD;Muyf a&;ESifhjynfolUtiftm;OD;pD;Xme rS od&onf/jrefrmEkdifiHodkY vm a&mufonfh EkdifiHjcm;om;rsm; jynf0ifcGifhADZmavQmufxm;&m wGifavQmufxm;onfhaeYrS pwif í wpfywfwdwd apmifhqdkif;ae& NyD; 0efaqmifcrSmrl EdkifiHtvdkuf uGJjym;jcm;em;rI&SdaMumif; od& onf/E Visa pepfonf oH½Hk; oGm;p&mrvdkbJ oHk;&uftwGif; ADZm&&Sdrnfjzpfonf/ May Soe San opium cultivation in My anmar has increased despite production rates decade. to reduce the produc throughout the country. The crackdown saw the country’s opium trade report shows production rates have resurged in the country’s opium cul wide. increased output from production areas, con centrated in the Shan and OpiumProductionBouncesBackinMyanmar Kachin States. Representative Gary Lew is said drug trade in My of Myanmar and even trade is the largest in the Myanmar is located in what is known as the tries, including Thailand and Laos, where heroin Myanmar ranks as the world’s second larg jrefrmEdkifiHbdef;pdkufysKd;xkwf vkyfrIonf 2006 ckESpftukef ydkif;rSpwifwdk;jr§ihfvmcJhNyD;2013 ckESpfwGif pdkufcif;{uaygif; 150ç000 eD;yg;&SdvmcJhaMumif;? est opium producer and the drug’s international bdef;jzLxkwfvkyfrIonf 2011ckESpf uxkwfvkyfonfhyrmPjyefvnf wdk;wufvmcJhaMumif; UNODC u r Ç m h u k v o r * ¾ r l ; , p f aq;0g;ESifhjypfrIqdkif&m½Hk; 2014 ckESpfwGif xkwfjyefonfhtpD&if cHpmwGif azmfjyxm;onf/ urÇmwpf0Srf;tcsKdUa'orsm;rSm rl;,pfaq;0g;oHk;pGJrIyrmPjrifh wufvmaomfvnf; csKHMunfhygu rll;,pfaq;0g;oHk;pGJrItajctae onf wnfNidrfrI&SdvmaMumif; tqdkyg tpD&ifcHpmwGif yg&Sd onf/ tmz*efepöwefEdkifiHbdef; pdrf;xkwfvkyfrIonfwefcsdef 5500 &SdNyD; urÇmhbdef;pdrf;xkwfvkyfrI 80 &mcdkkifEIef;jzpfNyD; jrefrmEdkifiH bdef;pdrf;xkwfvkyfrIrSm 12 ESpf twGif;pdkuf{u 1500ç000 txd wdk;vmaMumif; UNODC xkwfjyefcsufwGif azmfjyxm; onf/ jrefrmEdkifiH rl;,pfaq;0g; a&mif;0,frIvnfywfaiGyrmP onfcefYrSef;ajctar&duefa':vm oef;aygif; 90ç000 &SdaMumif;? ta&SUawmiftm&SESifhypdzdwfa'o qdkif&m UNODC udk,fpm;vS,f wpfOD;u ajymonf/ ]]a':vmoef;aygif; 90ç000 qdkwm jrefrmEdkifiH&JU w&m;0if GDP jynfwGif;tom;wifxkwf vkyfrIyrmPxuf trsm;BuD;ydkyg w,f/tdrfeD;csif; rJacgifjrpf0Srf; a'oawmifydkif;EdkifiHawG&JU GDP xufvnf;trsm;BuD;omygw,f/ 'gaMumifh 'DaiGpD;qif;rI[m a'o wGif;pD;yGm;a&;tiftm;tBuD;qHk; onf/ w½kwf? rav;&Sm;? jrefrmESifh AD,uferftygt0if a'owGif; tjcm;EdkifiHrsm;wGifvnf; bdef;jzL xkwfvkyfaeqJjzpfaMumif;?a&TBwd*H e,fajrwGif 2006 ckESpfrSpum ESpfpOfbdef;txGufwdk;cJhaMumif; tpD&ifcHpmwGif azmfjyxm;onf/ jrefrmEdkifiHwGif 1999 ckESpfrS pwifumbdef;pdkufysKd;xkwfvkyfrI ESifhtjcm;rl;,pfapaom aq;0g; rsm; avQmhcs&ef 15 ESpfwmpDrH udef; a&;qGJaqmif&GufcJhum tapmydkif;ESpfrsm;wGif tenf; i,fusqif;cJhaomfvnf; 2007 ckESpfrSpwifum wpfESpfxuf wpfESpfydkrdkwdk;vmvsuf&Sdonf/ Myanmar Summary A policeman stands near seized narcotic drugs during a drug destruction ceremony in Yangon. Myanmar authorities burned seized narcotic drugs at a market value of $129.28 million in Yangon, Mandalay and Taunggyi last month. UAung/Xinhua People are seen in a queue at the Visa on Arrival section in Yangon International Airport. SherpaHossainy
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  12. 12. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com LOCAL BIZ 12 Myanmar Summary Sustainable Palm Oil in Myanmar Could Access Premium Markets Multi-stakeholder workshop leads to commitment to explore feasibility of sustainable palm oil industry for Myanmar May Soe San doption of sustain duction principles could provide Myanmar’s palm oil sector with direly needed capital, invest ment and technology, helping the industry gain ing access to premium markets, stakeholders told a workshop. velopment of Myanmar’s plantations with a focus oil sector. critical role in Myanmar’s national development strategy and are a poten and environmental im pacts of the plantation sector, particularly palm oil, have drawn criticism throughout Southeast He said the introduction and promotion of sustain tion development can help maximise economic, social and environmental access to international which is increasingly linked to sound social and environmental practices. The workshop, funded ion, included key stake holders from plantation companies, government agencies, and civil soci ety organisations, which worked together to intro palm oil production. "Through this project, Myanmar in protecting its sity sites. the opportunity to further discuss ways of making Myanmar, and ensuring economic activities are developed in an environ Myanmar, said. Myanmar’s southern Tanintharyi Region is the only area where soil and climate conditions allow for growing oil palm in the country. To date, over companies. Gary Paoli, an expert in meter Consulting, with experience in the Indone sian palm oil sector, said Myanmar is in the early stages of palm oil expan from other countries to avoid their mistakes. tary general of the Round ronmentally appropriate, from around the world who voluntarily commit to transform the market chain of palm oil produc ers, processers, traders, retailers, manufacturers, vironmental and social The government’s mo tivation to promote the domestic demand for cooking oil and reduce re liance on expensive palm oil imports. matic conditions in Tan intharyi are marginal, and Myanmar’s companies and technology, as well as having to rely on poor in frastructure, yields have Malaysian or Indonesian growers. The forests of Tanintha ryi are one of Myanmar’s hectares of intact lowland rainforest, a unique forest type limited to the very south of Myanmar, and ened animals such as ti gers, leopards, elephants, tapir, and gurney’s pit ta, which is a colourful found nowhere else in the world. tional Parkand Lenya Na tional Parkto Myanmar’s tentative list of World Heritage Sites due to their outstanding integrity and of deforestation and loss However, a land suit the workshop shows that forests are located inland fall is lower and the dry season more pronounced than in the coastal region, he added. there is road access along road, with plenty of de graded lands throughout the road corridor due to past logging operations. mental Conservation and tharyi regional govern ment can go ahead and designate Tanintharyi and Lenya proposed Na tional Parks, creating of World Heritage Sites together with Kaeng Krachen National Park in Stakeholders concluded for conservation and plantation development tive engagement of all key stakeholders, including private sector, govern ment, and civil society or ganisations, to adopt the environmental friendly land use planning, and tices in palm oil planta tion management and ex pansion. premium markets espe and investors, could pro vide Myanmar’s palm oil sector with access to ur and technology. They also agreed to es would facilitate stake holder dialogue, educa tion, and pilot the devel jrefrmEdkifiH qDtkef;pdkufysKd; xkwfvkyfrIvkyfief;a&&SnfzGHUNzdK; wdk;wufa&;udk &nf&G,fonfh tvkyf½HkaqG;aEG;yGJwpfcku ouf qdkifaomtzJGUtpnf;rsm;yl;aygif; aqmif&Gufjcif;uqDtkef;pdkufysKd; xkwfvkyfonfhtcef;u@ tvsif tjrefzGHUNzdK;wdk;wufrItwGuf tvGefta&;ygcJhonf/ jrefrmEdkifiHukefonfrsm;ESifh pufrIvufrIvkyfief;&Sifrsm;toif; csKyfESifh ZD0rsKd;pHkrsKd;uJGxdef;odrf; apmifha&Smufa&;qdkif&m tpdk;& r[kwfaomtzGJUtpnf;wpfckjzpf onfh Fauna & Flora Inter- national (FFI) wdkYtwGuf a&&SnfwnfwHhaom pdkufysKd;a&; vkyfief;qdkif&mtcef;u@wpfck zGHUNzdK;wdk;wufrIESifh oufqdkif aom jrefrmhyxrqHk;tvkyf½Hk aqG;aEG;yGJtm; yl;aygif;usif;y a&;tqdkjyKrIudk yHhykd;ulnDcJhonf/ Oa&myor*¾rSaiGaMu;axmufyHh xm;onfh xdktvkyf½HkaqG;aEG;yGJ u pdkufysKd;a&;ukrÜPDrsm;? tpdk;& tzGJUtpnf;rsm;ESifhvlrItzGJUtpnf; rsm;tygt0if t"duqufpyf ywfoufolrsm;udka&&SnfwnfwHh aom qDtkef;pdkufysKd;xkwfvkyfrI twGuftajccHoabmw&m;rsm; ESifh taumif;qHk;vufawGUvkyf aqmifcsufrsm;tm; rdwfquf ay;cJhonf/ pdkufysKd;a&;vkyfief;rsm;zGHUNzdK; wdk;wufrItwGufa&&SnfwnfwHh aponfh tavhtusifhrsm;udk pwifrdwfqufjcif;ESifh jr§ifhwif ay;jcif;onf pD;yGm;a&;? vlrIa&; ESifh obm0ywf0ef;usifqdkif&m tusKd;tjrwfrsm;udk wdk;wufap NyD; tem*wfwGif ,HkMunfpdwfcs &aomEdkifiHwumaps;uGufrsm;ESifh jynfhpHkaom vlrIa&;ESifh obm0 ywf0ef;usifqdkif&mtavhtusifh rsm;ESifhqufEG,faeaomaiGaMu; axmufyHhrIudk &&dSapEdkifrnfjzpf onf/ The map shows overlap between planned plantations in particular in Lenya proposed National Park, which is critical for biodiversity conservation, whereas areas suitable for oil palm is actually only the FFI A worker lifts harvested palm fruit onto a wheelbarrow at a palm oil plantation in Kisaran, North Su- matra, Indonesia. Adoption of sustainable palm oil production principles could help Myanmar’s palm oil sector gaining access to premium markets, stakeholders told a workshop. DimasArdian/Bloomberg
  13. 13. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com REGIONAL BIZ 13 Myanmar Summary India's Modi Eyes First Labour Overhaul in Decades to Create Jobs P rime Minister Nar endra Modi has set major revamp in decades laws, part of a plan to re Successive governments million Indians reaching working age over the next lash and partisan politics have prevented changes a single party majority in the lower house of parlia this is a top priority in the Rajesh Kumar Singh India has a forest of anachronisms such as providing spittoons in the work place, and are so choose to stay small. In manufacturers employed China, according to a study dia has one of the most the regulations are meant to enhance the welfare of workers, they often have small and thus circum tdE´d,0efBuD;csKyfem&ef'grdk'D onf wdkif;jynf ,kdifeJYaeaom pD;yGm;a&;udk jyefvnfjr§ifhwifí ukefxkwfvkyfrIjr§ifhwifum tvkyf tudkifoef;aygif;rsm;pGmzefwD;ay; &ef tdE´d,a[mif;EGrf;aqG;jrnfh aeaom tvkyform;Oya'rsm; tm; q,fpkESpfrsm;twGif; yxr tBudrftBuD;pm;jyifqifrIrsm; jyKvkyfrnfjzpfonf/ vmrnfhq,fpkESpfESpfcktwGif; tvkyfvkyfEdkifonfh t&G,fa&muf vmrnfh vlOD;a& oef; 200 udk tvkyfay;Edkif&ef tvkyform;a&; qdkif&mjyKjyifajymif;vJrIrsm;onf tvGefta&;ygaMumif; tpdk;& tqufqufvufcHcJhaomfvnf; vkyfom;or*¾rsm; wkefYjyefrI tay: pdk;&GHUrIESifh bufvdkufaom EdkifiHa&;wdkYu tvkyform;aps; uGufrsm;udkyGifhvif;aprnfhajymif;vJ rIrsm;udk aESmifhaES;apcJhonf/ Modi, who advocates smaller government and of Margaret Thatcher or Ronald Reagan. Per haps the most important change, they say, is to rules making it hard to dismiss workers. looking to make chang for minimum wages, in creasing overtime hours and allowing women to do night shifts. a hassle free environment Next on the reform sensitive issue of loos talks with concerned plementing the changes. ... you will see more meas cial at the ministry who is privy to the discussions within the government. Reuters A female laborer carries bricks at a brick factory on the outskirts of the southern Indian city of Chennai. Babu/Reuters
  14. 14. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com REGIONAL BIZ 14 World’sLongestBullMarketMasksMalaysiaRisks Mdex, one of the crisis, is headed for its percent this year, after ket among nations in the Index. equity valuations that exceed the average level ings growth at companies pension fund support prices, money managers Rock Inc. favor stocks in Thailand andChina. ardson, whose Samsung prospects are constrained Rajesh Kumar Singh same magnitude from a recent high, has lasted the average advance since for the Standard & Poor’s nadir. Bull Market The KLCI’s advance tiple of 1.5 for the MSCI position in Malaysia, you Investment Management and has an underweight position in the country, Lumpur, poised for its four weeks. a planned consumption tax may put pressure on Malaysian consumers. The country’s household percent of gross domestic product at the end of last nual report. ic expansion has so far last year. Earnings Outlook Malaysia’s earnings growth is still projected its in the KLCI index Malaysian gauge trades at ings, versus 11 times for measure. earnings multiples and increase in the earnings Malaysian stocks were weight from neutral on earnings growth forecast and said it’s less positive sectors. to its highest level in prise Ltd. trades at 33. Bloomberg Myanmar Summary Myanmar Summary China's Weak Currency Disappoints Carry Trade Hunters Ian appreciating yuan this year, especially carry trade enthusiasts, turns. the Chinese currency, so Japanese yen, Swiss franc vesting the proceeds in the Chinese yuan, would have Saikat Chatterjee analysis shows. rencies and investing in vestors especially in times of low market volatility. performance stands out even more starkly if seen through the lens of the Sharpe ratio, which takes into account percentage returns of the currency rency standard deviation or swings. Chinese currency has month performance since according to Thomson corresponding period of last year. tile thanks to the People’s wards the currency. senior currency strategist largely succeeded, we expect a return to a path of modest appreciation urÇmhpD;yGm;a&;ysufuyfay: aygufNyD;aemufydkif; tapmqHk; jyefvnf jrifhwufvmcJhonfh rav;&Sm;pHEIef;pawmhtñTef; udef;onf 2008 ckESpfaemufydkif; ESpf0uftjrwfjyefvnf&&SdrItedrfh qHk;tajctaeodkY OD;wnfvsuf &SdaMumif;od&onf/FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI tñTef;udef; onf 2008 ckESpfatmufwdkbm wGif&SdcJhonfhusqif;aeonfhyrmP rS 127 &mcdkifEIef;txd jrifhwuf um MSCI EdkifiHwumtñTef; udef;wGif t&SnfMumqHk;t[kefjr§ifh zGHUNzdK;onfh uRJ½dkif;aps;uGuf (Bull Market) rsm;xJwGif tygt0if jzpfcJhaomfvnf; ,ckESpftwGif; okn'or7&mcdkifEIef;omjrifhwuf vmcJhaMumif; od&onf/ pHcsdefwifvsuf&Sdaomtdrfaxmif pkta<u;yrmP?&S,f,mwefzdk; rsm;ESifhukrÜPDrsm;0ifaiGwdk; wufrIusqif;jcif;aMumifh ta&SU awmiftm&S'kwd,tBuD;qHk;p awmhaps;uGufBuD;rSmusqif; vmjcif;jzpfonf/EdkifiH &if;*pf 587 bDvD,H ( a':vm 182 bDvD,H)yrmP&Sd yifpif&efyHkaiGjzihf &S,f,mrsm;0,f,ljcif;aMumifh aps;EIef;rsm;udkaxmufyHhay; aomfvnf; Samsung ydkifqdkif rIpDrHcefYcGJa&;ukrÜPDrefae*sm rsm;uxdkif;ESifhw½kwf&Sd pawmh&S,f ,mrsm;udkydkíoabmusaMumif; ajymMum;onf/ Bloomberg apmifhMunfhrI ig;ESpftwGif;NydKifbuf96 &mcdkif EIef;xufydkíaumif;rGefpGm pGrf; aqmifEdkifcJhaMumif; od&onf/ rav;&Sm; BullMarket onf 20 &mcdkifEIef;wdk;wufrI&&Sdí xdkwdk;wufrIyrmP atmufavsmh usjcif;r&SdbJ&ufaygif; 2ç067 MumcHcJhum Bloomberg pkaqmif;tcsuftvufrsm;t& ysrf;rQjrifhwufrIEIef;ig;q rQ&SdaMumif; od&onf/ ,ckESpftwGif; w½kwf,GrfaiG aps; wuf vm rnf [k wGuf í avmif;aMu;xyfí vkyfudkifcJh aom &if;ESD;jr§KyfESHolrsm;onf pdwfysufzG,f&v'frsm;BuHKvm& aMumif; od&onf/ 2014 yxrESpf0uftwGif;wGif w½kwfaiGaMu;onf tm&SwGif tqdk;qHk;tajctaeBuHKawGUae &NyD; rSwfwrf;wif&rnfh ESpfwpfESpf jzpfaecJhonf/ *syef,ef;? qGpfZmvef z&efYESifh tar&duefa':vmrsm;udk acs;,l NyD;w½kwf,GrfaiGwGiftjrwftpGef; &&ef &if;ESD;jr§KyfESHolrsm;rSm 2014 ckESpf yxrajcmufvtwGif; 3 'or 4 &mcdkifEIef;txd t½IH; ay:cJhonf/ wefzdk;twufenf;aomaiGaMu; rsm;wGif acs;,lNyD; wefzdk;twuf jrefaomaiGaMu;rsm;wGif &if;EDS; jr§KyfESHrIonf Carry trades &if;ESD; jr§KyfESHrIyHkpHrSm &if;ESD;jr§KyfESHolrsm; oHk;pGJaomenf;vrf;jzpfNyD; aps; uGuftwuftusenf;csdefwGif ydkíjyKvkyfMuonf/ aiGaMu;wefzdk;udk wdkif;wmwGuf csufaom Sharpe tcsKd;EIef;jzifh MunfhvQif,GrfaiGwefzdk;usqif; rIrSm ydkíxif&Sm;vmNyD; 2 'or 2 &mcdkifEIef; tEkwfjycJhum 2010 'kwd,ESpf0ufaemufydkif; tqdk; qHk;ajcmufvtwGif; tajctae jzpfaMumif; Thomas Reutesr tcsuftvufrsm;t& od& onf/ þodkUjzpfyGm;&jcif;rSm aiGaMu; aps;uGufrsm;rSm a,bl,stm; jzifh ,ckESpfwpfavQmuf twuf tusNidrfaecsdefwGif w½kwftrsKd; om;bPfaiGaMu;tay: udkifwG,frIaMumifh ,GrfaiGwefzdk; rwnfrNidrfjzpfvmjcif;jzpfonf/ People ride on escalators in a shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. CharlesPertwee/Bloomberg
  15. 15. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com REGIONAL BIZ 15 Myanmar Summary Rupee Heads for Biggest Monthly Decline Since August on Oil Risk Imonthly drop since percent this quarter amid concern that a potential drop in farm output amid inadequate rainfall will Kartik Goyal stoke price pressures. The monsoon, which accounts of India’s annual rains, month, according to the crude rallied 3.3 percent in lence in Iraq will disrupt supplies. is mainly due to concern Naveen Raghuvanshi, a percent this month to percent today. the oil it uses. est this year. Reserve Raghuram Rajan last week highlighted a need for preparing to counter geopolitical risks to the economy. Emerging Risks emerging market and developing economies their defences against the Rajan said in areport on volatility in the rupee, a gauge of expected swings used to price options, percent, data compiled sell assets at a set price Bloomberg EdkifiHwuma&eHaps;EIef;jrifhrm; jcif;u aiGaMu;azmif;yGrIESifhukef oG,fa&;tEkwfjyrIwdkYudk ydkrdk qdk;&Gm;apEdkifonf[k pkd;&drfrIrsm; aMumifh tdE´d,½lyD;aiGaMu;onf Mo*kwfvaemufydkif;wGif tjrifh qHk; vpOfwefzdk;usqif;rIxHodkY OD;wnfvsuf&Sdonf/ rdk;&Gm oGef; rI r a vmuf i í v,f,mtxGuf usqif;Edkifajc &SdrIu aps;EIef;zdtm;rsm;udk ydkí jrifhrm;apEdkifaomaMumifh ½lyD; wefzdk;rSm vuf&SdoHk;vywftwGif; okn'or 5 &mcdkifEIef; usqif; cJhonf/tdE´d,ESpfpOfrdk;&GmoGef; rI 70 &mcdkifEIef;udk jznfhqnf; ay;aom rkwfoHk&moDOwkrSm ,ck vtwGif; ESpfig;q,fysrf;rQ yrmPatmuf 42 &mcdkifEIef; avsmhenf;vsuf&SdaMumif; rdk;av 0oXmerS od&onf/ tD&wf&Sd y#dyu©rsm;u ukefpnfvrf; aMumif;udk aESmifh,SufEdkifonf[l onfh cefUrSef;csufrsm;aMumifh a&eH pdrf;aps;EIef;rSm ZGefvtwGif; 3 'or 3 &mcdkifEIef; wufoGm;cJh onf/ rGrfbdkif;NrdKUwGif ½lyD;aps;EIef;rSm ,ckvtwGuf 1 'or 6 &mcdkif EIef;usqif;í wpfa':vmvQif ½lyD; 60 'or 0425 aps;&Sd aMumif; Bloomberg tcsuf tvuft& od&onf/ Reuters
  16. 16. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com INTERNATIONAL BIZ 16 Ccounted for almost showing their rise in crisis, a survey showed on Monday. magazine’s annual rank ital strength of the world’s the previous year to their Industrial and Commer Steve Slater sitions. States made aggregate crisis, the study showed. lion in aggregate last year, any country. Myanmar Summary said. kept its position as the on a large scale and en dure shocks. est returns on capital last of the world and six times ers. Reuters Daimler and Nissan to Invest $1.36b to Build Premium Small Cars Dssan Motor Co are jointly investing premium small cars and in a step that deepens co The companies said they annual production capac Mexico, where Nissan manufacturing complex. will roll out of the new the companies said, with market those vehicles The companies did not specify which vehicles models at the plant in cluding a sedan, a coupe and a compact crossover Edward Taylor AND Laurence Frost likely to replace the slight produce at least three cor responding vehicles, in cluding a crossover from new joint vehicle archi tecture, developed from in Mexico allows Nis san, which is allied with nault, to share compo nents and technology that for small vehicles, to sup The German carmaker has struggled in the past for its smaller cars, while tor. co allows Mercedes and States while avoiding some of the currency and ported from overseas. States. Carlos Ghosn, chief development of com pact premium vehicles and joint production in represent one of the larg and Daimler. whether he would con cause it is not the result of The companies will add time the plant reaches full capacity, expected in and related enterprises. Reuters Myanmar Summary C-class by Daimler AG is pictured before company's annual news conference in Stuttgart. Reuters A Bank of China branch is seen under construction in Guangzhou. Reuters ,refESpftwGif; urÇmhxdyfwef; bPf 1000 u &&SdcJhaomtjrwf aiGpkpkaygif; a':vm 920 bDvD,H oHk;yHkwpfyHkeD;yg;udk w½kwfxdyf wef;bPfrsm;u &&SdcJhjcif;jzpf aMumif; ppfwrf;wpfckt& od& onf/ w½kwfbPfrsm;onf NyD;cJhonfh ESpftwGif; tcGefray;aqmifrD pkpkaygif; 0ifaiGa':vm 292 bDvD,H&&Sdí urÇmhbPfvkyfief; u@0ifaiG 32 &mcdkifEIef;&Sd aMumif; bPfvkyfief;&Sifrsm; r*¾Zif;u urÇmhtBuD;qHk;bPf 1ç000 tm; 0ifaiGESifht&if; tESD;tvdkuf ESpfywfvnf tqifh owfrSwfcsuft& od&onf/ ,refESpf EdkifiHwumtjrwfaiG rSm NyD;cJhonfhESpfxuf 23 &mcdkif EIef;ydkí jrifhrm;vmNyD; tjrifhqHk; yrmPjzpfum w½kwfEdkifiHpufrI vkyfief;ESifh pD;yGm;a&;bPfu 0ifaiGa':vm 55 bDvD,Hjzifh xdyfqHk;rS OD;aqmifvsuf&Sdonf/ tar&duefbPfrsm;pkkpkaygif; tjrwfaiGrSm a':vm 183 bDvD,H odkYr[kwf urÇmvHk;qdkif&m0ifaiG 20 &mcdkifEIef;&&SdcJhNyD; Wells Fargo’s u tjrwfaiG a':vm 32 bDvD,Hjzifh OD;aqmifvsuf&Sd onf/ ,l½dkZkefrSaeí urÇmhpkpkaygif; tjrwfaiG 3 &mcdkifEIef;udk &SmazGay;cJhNyD; tDwvDbPfrsm; rSm pkpkaygif;a':vm 35 bDvD,H qHk;½IH;cJhumEdkifiHwpfckcsif;tvdkuf tqdk;qHk;pGrf;aqmifrIjzpfonf/ *syefEdkifiHrSbPfrsm;rSm a':vm 64 bDvD,HtjrwfaiG&&SdcJhNyD;urÇmh pkpkaygif;yrmP 7 &mcdkifEIef; &SdaMumif; od&onf/ tmz&du bPfrsm;rS tjrifhqHk;rwnfaiGESifh tjrwftcsKd;&SdcJhNyD; 24 &mcdkifEIef; &&SdcJhaMumif; od&onf/ Daimler AG ukrÜPDESifh epfqef;ukrÜPDwdkYonf rmqD;'D; befYpfESifh trSwfwHqdyf wdkYtMum; yl;aygif;aqmif&GufrI ajcvSrf;wpf&yftjzpf t&nf taoG;jrifhum;rsm; xkwfvkyf&ef ESifh ruúqDudkwGif um;puf½Hkwnf axmif&ef a':vm 1 'or 36 bDvD,H yl;wGJ&if;ESD;jr§KyfESHrnfjzpf onf/ r uúqDudk tv,f ydkif; wGif epfqef;uwnfaxmifxm;NyD;jzpf aoma':vmESpfbDvD,Hwef xkwfvkyfa&;ZkefwGif wpfESpfvQif um;pD;a& 300ç000 xkwfvkyf Edkifrnfh puf½Hkwpf½Hkwnfaqmuf rnfjzpfaMumif; ukrÜPDrsm;u qdkonf/ um;rsm;udk 2017 wGif pwifxkwfvkyfrnf jzpfNyD; rmpD;'D;um;rsm;udk aemuf wpfESpfwGif xkwfvkyfrnfjzpfonf/ onf um;armf',f oHk;rsKd;udk xkwfvkyfrnfjzpfNyD; qD'ifum;? coupe um;rsm; yg0ifrnfjzpfonf/rmqD;'D;befY onfum;trsKd;tpm;oHk;rsKd;xkwf vkyfrnfjzpfaMumif; od&onf/ wpf0ufpDtpkpyfyl;aygif;aqmif &GufrIaMumifh epfqef;taejzifh rmqD;'D;befYrsm;wGif oHk;pGJxm; aom enf;ynmrsm;udk &&SdEdkifrnf jzpfum t jyef tvSef tjzpf Diamler onfajrmuftar&du wGif um;i,frsm; xkwfvkyfí odkY ydkYaqmif&ef puf½Hkwpfae&m &&Sdrnfjzpfonf/
  17. 17. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com INTERNATIONAL BIZ 17 Myanmar Summary Myanmar Summary Following Long Ban, US Could Dominate Global Light Oil Supply fter decades of iso come a major player in light oil as recent govern ment export approvals attract interest across the world. companies can now ex port the light, gaseous petroleum known as con to needy markets in Latin tentially threatening the dominance of other es Troner a condensate ex of condensate is produced States, all of which can volatility, known as sta condensate producer. The amount exported and where it goes de pends on the kind of con densate that is produced Edward Mcallister and whether it is the right grade to feed petrochemi cal plants in China or Japan or to dilute heavy crude produced in Latin a major feedstock for the petrochemical industry, for the vast amounts of oil and gas now produced in also give an inkling of the crude are approved for export. said. panies could use conden naphtha to lighten local heavy crude. Venezuela’s condensates if the price working in crude pur chases, speaking on the condition of anonymity. It is unclear what the Singapore Says More Overseas Criminals Seek Bank Accounts price depends on the den sity and where it is pro duced. Some condensate cheaper than some grades currently exported from Shelf, according to trad ers and Reuters data. nates supply of conden cording to a presentation up most of the rest. The majority of supply porters like China, Japan and South Korea have known as splitters that can turn condensate into rels per day of conden production from existing exporters is faltering. In tion, exports are already domestic demand is set to slow exports. Iranian out the gap, and it is expected to take time to determine importers’ needs. Some said that no moves have could take months, others said. respite. S ingapore prosecuted money laundering cases and seized more counts in the city. an international transport partment, said in the agen cy’s annual report posted Andrea Tan seeing a trend of overseas criminals seeking to laun der money through Singa nancial investigation re sources with an increase in suspicious transaction reports and aid requests from overseas enforce crime groups are getting more sophisticated and taking advantage of op portunities as Singapore’s pands, the agency said. The agency received a year earlier, according to the report. It provided requests for assistance. of suspected criminal pro ceeds were seized in the preceding year, according nual report. al regulations following diaries including operators vending machines to ad dress money laundering for remittance agents and money changers. Department has also set up a unit to investigate fraud where the victim is a events in the stock market suggest an increase in the scale and complexity of The enforcement scope of the agency will also in crease with Singapore’s plan to criminalize the marks, the police said. 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  18. 18. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com INVESTMENT & FINANCE 18 Myanmar Summary Review Panel to Manage Foreign Banking Licences Cmonitor the review cence application process es in Myanmar. egy consultant, which gives lic institutions and leading corporations around the world. fering services in Myanmar However, Myanmar’s run services in the country, he was reported as saying on News.com.au. Myanmar’s government country since last year. the country. Myanmar’s strong interested in the country tions on their operations. Sein came to power in Tom Stayner duced sweeping economic and political reforms. Myanmar’s nationwide changes have encouraged tions against the Southeast rect investment has risen dramatically in the past However, Myanmar’s place the country’s own disadvantage. Davies said an increase anmar could place added pressure on the country’s developing economy. mands on macroeconomic said. mar’s economic forecast zation forecasted Myanmar should expect the country’s economic growth to reach a mar authorities to ensure doesn’t strain the country’s ised prudential regulations cording to reports. entry into Myanmar if they agree to work with the sector. quired to give monetary in hopes of improving the country’s underdeveloped mar Group said. Myanmar’s remains one of the poorest economies tering the country could mar’s local currency, Kyat. The current exchange dollar is approximately $1 Davies said a gradual administration of foreign the country will ensure pressuring the country. vision capacity to develop, and to minimise risk, the issuance of new domestic made a commitment to the people of Myanmar: that they will have the ernment to make use of spire wider reforms and to enshrine transparency in government institutions. showing all payments the government receives from its extractives sector. tion of the revenues from its natural resources. also committed to map anmar, disclose details ogy and extent of contract transparency. coordinator of Myanmar appreciate the decision anmar to democratic and peaceful country. tool to design our escape from the resource curse; He pledged to overcome ing the implementation er reform framework. try manager, Myanmar congratulated Myanmar government, civil society and industry operators on and said this milestone is level of national dialogue on extractive industries in Myanmar. far, and we look forward ration with the Myanmar ment partners who have he said. 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UOB is among more than 30 foreign banks in the race for Myanmar's banking licences. MunshiAhmed/Bloomberg
  19. 19. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com INVESTMENT & FINANCE 19 Myanmar Summary David Mayes G old is still in the news a lot these clients at some point. The precious metal has had an impressive run from resistance level that it to run for gold or has it had its day for now? This around the world will What’s in Store for Gold continue to compete to cies and pursue policies that typically see gold’s safe haven status help it a guaranteed outcome, and one could argue that printing is already priced gain from the low to high The argument against insurance policy against see the downside risk of ended with a very similar looking pattern as this tracement. While this is only one thing to note from the chart is that gold went ter that peak. That is the at these levels, however if ally well in the kind of environment where gold goes into that kind of price hedged. That is in fact the ally stick a small holding of gold into a portfolio, against massive money printing programs. The scenario where gold one where everything else in that event you would you held onto some. The question how much of an investment portfolio should you allocate to gold and other nately that very much depends simistic your view of where the world is headed. My advice would DarioPignatelli/Bloomberg ,aeYxufwdkifatmifyif a&T taMumif;owif;rsm; rMumcP awGUaeqJjzpfonf/xdkwefzdk;BuD; owåKonf 2000 ausmfESpfrsm; tapmydkif;wGif wpfatmifp 500 aps;EIef;cHEdkif&nftqifhudk ausmf vGefcsdefrSpí tawmfMumMum jzwfoef;vmcJhNyD;jzpfonf/a&T twGufqufvufjrifhwufp&m&Sd ao;ovm;? taumif;qHk;tcsdef udk ausmfvGefcJhNyDvm;qdkonfu pdwf0ifpm;p&maumif;aom ar;cGef;jzpfNyD; jzpfEdkifajcyHkpH trsKd;rsKd;xkwfEdkifonf/ yxrjzpfEdkifajcrSm urÇmhA[dk bPfrsm;uudk,fydkifaiGaMu;rsm; udk wefzdk;tNydKiftqdkifcsí a&T vHkNcHK&m&dyfNrKHqdkonfhtajctae udk jrifhwufaponfh rl0g'rsm;udk udkifpGJxm;Muonf[k &if;ESD;jr§KyfESH a&;refae*smtrsm;pku ,HkMunf xm;csuftay: rlwnfonf/ rMumao;rDu a&Taps;uGufwpf [kefxdk;wufaecJhjcif;aMumifh A[dkbPfaiGaMu;½dkufxkwfrI tvm;tvmrSm tMurf;zsOf; 300 &mcdkifEIef; wdk;wufvmEdkif aMumif; cefYrSef;csufjzifh jyefvnf jiif;qdkEdkifygonf/ a&Ttay:jiif;qdkcsufrsm;rSm vlwdkif;u aiGaMu;azmif;yGrIudk umuG,f&ef a&T0,f,lMujcif; aMumifh xyf0,f&ef rnfolrQ&Sd awmhrnfr[kwf[líjzpfonf/ þyGJwGifaemufusygu xdcdkuf Edkifajcrsm;udk atmufygZ,m;wGif Munfhí odEdkifonf/ þonfrSm jzpfEdkifajcyHkpHwpfck omjzpfNyD; a&Tonf tjrifhqHk;odkY a&muf&SdNyD; ESpfESpfq,fcefY jznf; av;pGmatmufodkYpdkufqif;vmcJh onfudkowdjyK&rnf/,if;tcsuf rSm yrmPjrifhrm;pGm 0,f,lxm; rItwGuf xdcdkufEdkifajcjzpfNyD; tpOftvmt& a&Taps;usqif; csdefwGif tajctaeaumif;aom wpfpHkwpf&mü xnfhoGif;&if;ESD; jr§KyfESHxm;ygu tumtuG,f tweftoifh&Sdrnfjzpfonf/ þt"dutcsufaMumifhyif uRefawmfhtaejzifh &if;ESD;jr§KyfESHrI tpkxJwGif a&Ttenf;i,fxnfh oGif;xm;jcif;jzpfum pHkvifpGm jr§KyfESHxm;jcif;tusKd;udk cHpm; Edkif&efESifh aiGaMu;azmif;yGrI'Pf rS umuG,f&eftwGufomjzpf onf/ uRefawmftBuHay;csifonfrSm a&TudktcsKd;tpm;wpfcktxdom udkifxm;í xdkodkYumv&SnfMum pGm usqif;Edkifaomt&mtwGuf yHkatmí r&if;ESD;vdkuf&efjzpf onf/pawmhaps;uGuftaejzifh rMumcPNydKvJwwfaomfvnf; jyefvnfemvHxlonfhum tNrJ wrf;&Sduma&TESifhEIdif;,SOfvQifvnf; ydkívsifjrefonf/ proportion and not put too many of your eggs in slowly downwards for such a long period. The stock markets may crash ery periods that are quite short relative to gold. David Mayes MBA pro- vides wealth manage- ment services to expatri- ates throughout South East Asia, focusing on UK Pension Transfers. He can be reached at david.m@faramond. com. Faramond UK is regulated by the FCA and provides advice on pen- sions and taxation.
  20. 20. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com INVESTMENT & FINANCE 20 Myanmar Summary TM 2 col x 10cm Myanmar Summary Kelvin Chia Expands to Mandalay Phyo Thu SYangon has ex panded its operations in second largest city Man oldest and largest foreign legal consultancy in My anmar, signed a lease for a unit at Sedona Hotel in Mandalay, it said. service an increasing ternational clients as the country makes steady progress towards a mar Swee Gim, director of Kel vin Chia Yangon Ltd, who Yangon and Mandalay of the exponential growth in investments in the coun try. Cheah Swee Gim and Goh York Lin, President Kepple Myanmar. to fully grasp the full im plications of legal changes in Myanmar. We assessed that the time is ripe for ideally positioned to as investing in the north, in sectors such as such ag riculture, mining and en ergy. on the ground to provide ready access to quality commercial legal servic The inauguration of tween the city, Yangon and Singapore and will Cheah added. In active operations in vin Chia Yangon Ltd has have received the approv al of the Myanmar Invest ment Commission. for its representation of es, such as the consor companies investing in kok, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Phnom Penh. Having the largest legal team on the ground in Yangon ensures that the and conduct due diligence investigations for acquisi jrefrmEdkifiHwGif 1995 ckESpfrS pwifí vkyfief;rsm;vkyfudkifcJhNyD; oufwrf;tMumqHk;ESifhtBuD;rm; qkH;Oya'twdkifyifcHvkyfief;jzpf onfh Kelvin Chia onf jrefrmjynftxufydkif; rEÅav;NrdKU wGif ½Hk;cGJwpfck zGifhvSpfcJhonf[k od&onf/ tqdkygukrÜPDonf [dkw,fwGif zGifhvSpfcJhonf/ ]]vGefcJhwJhESpfawGu wdkif;jynf&JU wjznf;jznf;zGHUNzdK;wdk;wufrIawG u aps;uGufpD;yGm;a&;udkoGm;zdkY tqifajycJhw,f/jynfwGif;eJYjynfy tvkyftyfwJholawGtwGufvnf; wpfyef;omwJhtaetxm;&SdcJh w,f}}[k &efukefESifh rEÅav;NrdKU wdkY Kelvin ChiaYangon Ltd refae*sif;'g½dkufwm Ms Cheah Swee Gin u ajymcJhonf/ Kelvin Chia taejzifh jrefrm EdkifiHajrmufydkif;&Sd pD;yGm;a&;vkyfief; rsm;udk Oya'a&;&mudpö&yfrsm; yHhydk;ay;Edkif&ef&nf&G,fNyD;v,f,m pdkufysKd;a&;vkyfief;? owåKwGif;ESifh pGrf;tifvkyfief;rsm;udk yHhydk;ay;&ef jzpfonf[k Ms Cheah Swee Gin u ajymcJhonf/ xdkYjyif rEÅav;NrdKUESifhpifumyl avaMumif;vdkif; Silk Air onf vnf; wpfaeYoHk;BudrfysHoef;ae jcif;aMumifh NrdKUESpfNrdKUtMum; vufajymMum;cJhonf/Kelvin Chia Yangon Ltd onf jrefrm EdkifiH&if;ESD;jr§KyfESHrI axmufcH csufjzifh emrnfBuD;vkyfief;ESifh pDrHudef;rsm;pGmudk Oya'a&;&m udpö&yfrsm;ulnDaxmufyhHay;ae onf[k od&onf/ AIESECtoHoldYouthBusinessEngagementConferenceHtun Htun Minn W orld’s largest ness organi conference for Myanmar youths this month, the said. gagement conference will of its kind, a connection seekers around the topic of youth development in in a statement. Young Myanmar people will have the opportunity to directly interact with potential employers and of local and international companies and organisa tions at the conference, it said. The conference includes workshops, case stud ies, guest speakers, panel discussions, networking spaces and many interac sponsor and event part ner for this conference. promoting youth devel opment and international exchange with students and young professionals al work and volunteer op portunities. urÇmhtBuD;qHk;ausmif;om;a&;&m tzGJUtpnf;wpfckjzpfonfhAIESEC onf ,ckvtwGif;ü pD;yGm;a&; nDvmcHwpfckudk usif;y&ef pDpOf aeonf[k od&onf/ tqdkygvli,fpD;yGm;a&;nDvmcH udk vmrnfh Zlvdkifv 11 &ufaeYrS 13 &ufaeYtxd usif;yoGm;rnf [kod&onf/tqdkygnDvmcHwGif urÇmhxdyfwef;ukrÜPDBuD;rsm;ESifh tvkyf&SmazGolrsm;ESifh yxrqHk; awGUqHkonfhnDvmcHwpfckjzpf aMumif; AIESEC xkwfjyef aMunmcsufrsm;t& od&onf/ tqdkygnDvmcHwGif jrefrmvli,f rsm;taejzifh jynfwGif;ESifh EdkifiH wumukrÜPDrsm;? tzGJUtpnf;rsm; rStvkyftudkifESifhywfoufonfh wdkuf½dkuftcGifhta&;rsm;vnf; &&SdEkdifrnfjzpfonf/,if;nDvmcH wGif tvkyf½HkaqG;aEG;yGJrsm;? vwf wavmjzpf&yfrsm;udk pkaygif; avhvmjcif;rsm;? {nfhonfajym qdkolrsm;? aqG;aEG;yGJrsm;ESifhcsdwf qufqufoG,frIqdkif&mudpö&yfrsm; yg0ifrnfjzpfonf/,if;nDvmcH tm; Unilever rSt"duulnDyHhydk; ay;oGm;rnfjzpfonf/ AIESEC onfvuf&SdwGifurÇmhEdkifiHaygif; 125 EdkifiHüvli,fu@zGHUNzdK;wdk; wufa&;udpö&yfrsm;udktm½Hkpdkuf wdk;jr§ifhaqmif&Gufvsuf&Sdonf/ KelvinChiaYangonLtd
  21. 21. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com INVESTMENT & FINANCE 21 Myanmar Summary World Cup and Backbone of Brazil Economy: Lessons for Myanmar T he last few weeks, worldwide were glued to the world cup matches in mosphere has penetrated every corner of workspace anmar teashops and res with roars of support and cheers. and the largest country in India, China, and South of the emerging economies to illustrate how this Latin neuvered its macroeco Stephen Seng nomic policies i.e. priva other things free trade. economy and comparisons such as implementation of its early economic road dictatorship, and installing a stronger democratic state evant to our current situa tion. reached its economic its annual growth rate of 5 percent per year. In highest since the country introduced its massive economic reform policy called Plano Real (Real duced a monetary policy foreign capital, creat ance in the government’s Since then the country nomic activities and gen from a matrix of 3 sec tors i.e. agriculture 5.5 percent, manufacturing ics, oil, energy and iron nels, small and medium zil also introduced a fa Program that promoted access and ownership of population from 1 percent of the country’s ancestry ownership system. This policy allowed the land less individuals with the skills for agriculture and horticulture develop provided a sense of dig the grassroots people and this in return generated higher productivity in the agriculture and property development sectors. The government was very much aware of this form allowed expansion and transformation of form Program, the gov ernment leapfrogged its agriculture to manufac ing heavy mechanisation, of property to 1 million with land reform, the government also heavily invested in the develop ment of energy, water, transportation, educa tion, and health; in coop eration with international rently the country gener cent of its hydropower plants and supplying it to various manufactur ing sectors. The country is naturally endowed with powerful streams and riv this key resource in expe diting its economy. Myanmar Studies have consistent ly demonstrated that the emerging economies like land reform i.e. empow instituting a sense of ownership and trust. This son for Myanmar as well, where the the new land utilisation of mass empty lands are in its infancy for implementation. share of property in cities like Yangon and Manda lay, where the ownership individuals connected to the past military govern ment. The current gov ernment is exerting its ef forts for multiple reforms, ment of the fundamentals for the masses i.e. safety, security, peace and trust. ject should aim at overall enrichment of the citizen lustrates Myanmar a good lesson in its production of energy. The two countries share a similar scenario in which each is endowed with natural gas reserves and hundreds of rivers for hydropower production. is one major constraint the country has to tackle with. concrete initiatives have democratic government activities are on the rise. projects, media penetra tion are on the agenda of economic develop ment. These are positive signs and the government in cooperation with all stakeholders could con including the rural areas, with reconciliation and autonomy to the people economic activities. empowered the people service sector with a spe products, are reaping the the high presence of in ternet. The same is appli the growth for internet is on the way. Young entre dividuals could generate port, Myanmar needs to tackle four major sectors economic growth. This includes transformation of digital infrastructure, sectoral shift from agri cultural to manufactur economy. These road maps are crucial elements to Myanmar’s future de velopment. The author perceives that transfor mation of digital infra structure would surely sectors related to telecom. nesses are already present in Yangon such as House, an online channel for searching property, and ping. These guidelines are the country and its people with higher productivity and growth. Myanmar was the sick three years it rose to the international stage, is manship and demon is in its state of convales cence. It is still enveloped in challenges and civil un MuradSezer/Reuters NyD;cJhonfhoDwif;ywftenf;i,f twGif; urÇmwpf0ef;rS abmvHk; y&dowf oHk;bDvD,HcefUonf b&mZD;&SdurÇmhzvm;yGJrsm;rSrsufvHk; udk rcGmEdkifatmif jzpfaeMuonf/ xdkoJoJvIyftajctaerSm rnf onfhvkyfief;cGif? vlrIb0rqdkxJ odkY xdk;azmufvmcJhNyD; jrefrm EdkifiHrS vufzuf&nfqdkifESifh pm; aomufqdkifrsm;wGifvnf; tm; ay;oHrsm;jzifh jynfhESufaeonf/ vlOD;a& 203 oef;&Sdí vufwif tar&duwGif tBuD;qHk; b&mZD; rSm urÇmheHygwf 6 pDyGm;a&;tBuD; qHk;EdkifiHvnf;jzpfonf/urÇmBuD; u b&mZD;udk tm½Hkpdkufaecsdef wGifyif b&mZD;EdkifiH pD;yGm;a&; udk oHk;oyf&ef tcsdefaumif;yif jzpfonf/ b&mZD;EdkifiHrSm tvGef BuD;rm;aom pD;yGm;a&;BuD;jzpfí jrefrmEdkifiHESifhEdIif;,SOf&efrSm tvGef a0;uGm vGef;aomfvnf; b&mZD; EdkifiHtapmydkif;zGHUNzdK;rIrsm;azmf aqmifcJhrIrS oifcef;pm,lp&m tenf;i,f&Sdygonf/ b&mZD;EdkifiHonf 1994 wGif Plano Real ac: pDrHudef;udk azmfaqmifNyD;aiGaMu;rl0g'topf udkf xnfhoGif;cJhaomaMumifh jynfy rS &if;ESD;jr§KyfESHrIrsm; 0ifa&muf
  22. 22. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com INVESTMENT & FINANCE 22 The present government ties including Su Kyi’s Na tional League for Democ and running the race to wards the general election end of the day, it is the peo ple of Myanmar who will and install a fully demo cratic institution in Nay US Singapore Free Trade Agreement Anniversary Shows Possibilities for Local Prosperity Tom Stayner L merce marked the tenth States’ free trade agree ment with Singapore at a reception for Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. The anniversary of the free trade agreement mar’s strengthening ties with the western nation ma administration sus States’ sanctions on My anmar, which severely re two countries. Without reforms in working conditions and in the country will remain stagnant and won’t reach the prosperity of their re has spurred other trade in The TPP is a trade agree States and other 11 coun tries in the region aimed at promoting economic growth in partner coun tries’ throughout South However, western trade sanctions on Myanmar, in Myanmar have trailed nomic cooperation with other nations in the region. Pyi Taw. Current criticism es of parliament and this mires the future of Myan mar. However there is no match will continue and could provide Myanmar with a glimpse of hope. Stephen Seng is an MBA (international manage- ment) student at Nürtin- gen University of Applied Science. He is currently based in Berlin, Germa- ny, and can be reached at sengyuan0508@gmail. com. vmcJhonf/ajr,mjyKjyifajymif;vJ a&;pDrHudef;udazmfaqmifcJhNyD;rsKd; ½dk;pOfquft&jynfol 1&mcdkifEIef; omydkifqdkifcJh&mrSjynfol5 &mcdkif EIef;ydkifqdkifEdkifatmifaqmif&Guf cJhonf/ xdkYaemuf10ESpftwGif; wGif tpdk;&onfpdkufysKd;arG;jrLa&; udkpufrIwyfqifíukefxkwfvkyf a&;qDodkYckefysHausmfvTm;EdkifcJhonf/ vuf&SdwGifb&mZD;onfa&tm; vQyfppfrSpGrf;tif90&mcdkifEIef;&,l íukefxkwfvkyfa&;vkyfief;rsm; udkjznfhqnf;ay;vsuf&Sd onf/ wdk;wufay:xGufpjyKaps;uGuf rsm;wGifajr,mjyKjyifajymif;vJ a&;udktav;ay;um jynfolrsm; tm;ydkifqdkifrIrsm;cGJa0ay;jcif;jzifh ydkifqdkifrI&SdonfqdkaomcHpm;csuf ESifh,HkMunfrIwdkYudkwnfaqmufay; aMumif; avhvmrIrsm;t&awGU &Sd&onf/ ,if;rSmjrefrmtwGuf vnf; oifhavsmfaomoifcef;pm jzpfNyD;ajr,mydkifqdkifcGifhOya'rsm; udjr§ifhwifíajrvGwfrsm;udktjynfh t0toHk;cs&rnfjzpfonf/ &efukef ESifh rEÅav; uJhodkYNrdKU BuD;rsm;wGifajrESifhtdrf,mydkifqdkif rIudk t pdk;&ESifheD;pyfaomvlcsrf; omwpftkyfpkuom xdef;csKyf xm;jcif;tpm; rQrQwwydkifqdkifrI &Sdvmapoifhonf/ vuf&Sdtpdk;& onfajymif;vJrIrsm;pGmazmfaqmif aeaomfvnf;jynfolrsm;twGuf tajccHvdktyfcsufrsm;udk jznfh qnf;ay;&efvdktyfaeao;onf/ zGHUNzdK;a&;pDrHudef;tm;vHk;onf jynfolrsm;csrf;oma&;udk OD;pGm aqmif&GufNyD;rSom tjcm;u@ rsm;udk udkifwG,f&rnfjzpfonf/ Mickinsey Institute 2013tpD&ifcHpmt& jrefrmEdkif iHwGif u@av;cküpD;yGm;a&;zGHUNzdK; wdk;wufap&efaqmif&GufzdkYvdkae taqmufttHk? pdkufysKd;arG;jrL a&;rSpufrIukefxkwfvkyfa&;odkY ajymif;vJjcif;?NrdKUjypepfwuscsJU xGifjcif;ESifhEdkifiHwum ESifh csdwf qufxm;aompD;yGm;a&;wdkYjzpf onf/ trade agreement with Sin gapore has seen the coun largest export market, two countries totalling capital investment in My anmar makes up less than 1 percent of the country’s million nationwide. President and Interna Singapore has helped eral economic growth. importance makes it a cru nesses operating in the Introduced on January 1, the only free trade agree ness Council is the pre mier advocacy organisa operations in the South the country’s investment op a trade output greater than their cooperation suspended, and inter est continues to increase nies, Myanmar has a ways to go in terms of develop ing an appropriate regu latory environment and governance structures that reduce risk and sup However, President Thein Sein’s government’s sweeping economic and political reforms have helped improve Myan mar’s trade relations with ing the country to foreign trade and investment. retailer to enter the coun try since the government tions two years ago. The retailer’s entry into the country follows investing in Myanmar, ac cording to the Wall Street Journal. strong governance and environment has encour expand the country as its regional headquarters in cent since it came into as a model for the kind of man said. guarantee its working to wards a similar economic working conditions, and structure throughout the invest in the developing nation. anmar workers endured extremely low wages, which were up to less worked long, unsafe hours, according to the Protests occurred at gar ment factories throughout Myanmar almost every The Wall Street Jour nal also reported Gap was forced to conduct nu merous review process throughout Myanmar, enter the country. However, since the Inter industrial restrictions on Myanmar at its annual meeting two years ago, ef tions have improved. Last year, the Myanmar government signed an jointly administer the la tionwide census format. employment issues in cluding youth unem ity of factory conditions throughout the country. Myanmar authorities vey’s data can help the government formulate policies to improve em ployment conditions for local workers throughout the country. 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  23. 23. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com PROPERTY & REAL ESTATE 23 Myanmar Summary Myanmar Summary Construction Firms to Get RDB Financing May Soe San C ompanies awarded tenders for con struction projects that are funded with capi tal from the Ministry of Rural Development (ML apply for loans of up to 33 percent of the value of the project from the Rural per year with relevant de partments to act as guaran tors, following an applica The Rural Development involved in scrutinising several applications; how ever, they declined to di nesses currently involved in the process. The companies awarded the tenders are required to deposit a guarantee loans to facilitate the pro cess. has issued these sort of loans and has invited en quiries from any interest ed parties. Strategic Environmental Assessment of Thilawa SEZ’s Second Phase Starts Htun Htun Minn T he strategic envi ronmental assess ond phase of the Thilawa agement committee. mental Resource Manage oration with Myanmar’s Services, are jointly con ducting the assessment. Yangon, will cover a total project developments on In the original plan for the second phase of the tares for industrial area, However, to avoid dam aging mangrove forests, universities and residen tial quarters, the alterna tive plan has proposed to change the use of land industries, 131 hectares into residential quarters, 15 hectares for commer ments on companies have predict how long that as sessment will take as the said Dr Than Than Thwel, joint secretary of the Thil committee. Construction of the Thil going on sale in May of this year. Most of the investments in the development of Japan and Taiwan, with tries also investing in the project. The zone will include factories for textiles, manufacturing, hightech dustries. Japanese International velopment of the Thilawa upgrading Yangon’s elec generation network. Two Myanmar and two Japanese companies es under the name of Myan opment Co Ltd in Tokyo oDv0gtxl;pD;yGm;a&;ZkefpDrH udef;'kwd,tqifhtwGuf ajr {&d,m [ufwm2000 cefYudk r[mAsL[majrmufywf0ef;usif qef;ppfjcif;udk pwifaqmif&Guf aeaMumif; oDv0gtxl;pD;yGm; a&;ZkefpDrHcefYcGJa&;aumfrwDxHrS od&onf/ oDv0gtxl;pDrHudef;Zkefudk pkpk aygif;{&d,m2342[ufwm aqmif&Gufrnfjzpfonf/,ckwGif yxrtqifh (Class A) wGif 396 'or 062 [ufwmrSm pDrHudef;vkyfief;rsm;aqmif&GufaeNyD; 'kwd,tqifhajr{&d,m[ufwm 2000 twGuf r[mAsL[majrmuf ywf0ef;usifqef;ppfjcif; aqmiff &Gufaejcif;jzpfonf/ txufygqef;ppfjcif;udk *syef EdkifiHtajcpdkuf ERM ukrÜPDESifh jrefrmEdkifiHtajcpdkuf E Guard Enviromental Services ukrÜPD wdkYrSm yl;aygif;aqmif&Gufjcif;jzpf onf/ 'kwd,tqifhpDrHudef;wGif original plan wGif 2000 [ufwmteuf pufrIvkyfief; twGuf 1058 [ufwm? vlae &yfuGuftwGuf [ufwm 200? ul;oef;a&mif;0,fa&;twGuf [ufwm 70? trsm;qdkiftwGuf 552 [ufwm toHk;jyK&ef &nf &G,fxm;onf/odkYaomfvnf; 'Da& awmrsm;? wuúodkvfrsm;? vlae &yfuGufrsm;rxdcdkufap&eftwGuf pufrIvkyfief;twGuf 986 [uf wm? vlae&yfuGuftwGuf 131 [ufwm? ul;oef;a&mif;0,fa&; twGuf15[ufwmESifhtrsm;qdkif 687[ufwmtjzpf Alternative plan wGif ajymif;vJoHk;pGJoGm; rnfjzpfonf/ pDrHudef;pwifvkyfaqmifrnfh tcsdefESifhywfoufNyD; oDv0g txl;pD;yGm;a&;ZkefpDrHcefYcGJrI aumfrwDwGJbuftwGif;a&;rSL; a'gufwmoef;oef;oG,fu ]] tck ukrÜPDawGbufu prf;ppfavh vmrIjyD;rS aemufwpf qifh EIA, SIA ppfvdkY&r,f/tck ppfwm olwdkYbufu b,favmuf tcsdef,l&rvJqdkwm ajymvdkYr& bl;/ywf0ef;usifqef;ppfrIu tcsdef owfrSwfvdkYr&bl;? tvsifvdkvdkY r&bl;/ tao;pdwfavhvmzdkYvdk w,f}}[k ajymonf/ oDv0gtxl;pD;yGm;a&;ZkefpDrH udef;wnfaqmufa&;udk 2013 ckESpf Edk0ifbmv 30 &ufwGif zGifhvSpfcJhNyD; 2014 ckESpf arvydkif; wGif yxrtqifh ajr{&d,m [ufwm 400 udk pwifa&mif;cs cJhonf/ 2014-15 b@mESpftwGif; wGifarG;jrLa&;ESifhaus;vufa'o zGHUNzdK;a&;0efBuD;XmecGifhjyK&if;ESD; aiGjzifh azmfaqmifrnfh aqmuf vkyfa&;pDrHudef;rsm;twGufouf qdkif&m jynfe,fESifh wdkif;a'o BuD;tvdkuf wif'g&&Sdaom ukrÜPD rsm;taejzifh aus;vufa'o zGHUNzdK;a&;bPfxHrS acs;aiGrsm;&,l oGm;Edkifrnfjzpfonf/ aus;vufa'ozGHUNzdK;a&;bPf vkyfxHk;vkyfenf;rsm;ESifhtnD ukrÜPDrsm;u &&Sdaom pDrHudef; wefzdk; 33 &mcdkifEIef;ESifh nDrQ aomyrmPudk acs;aiG&,lEdkifrnf jzpfaMumif; od&onf/ acs;aiGavQmufxm;olrsm;onf oufqdkif&mXmersm;wGifavQmuf xm;&rnfjzpfNyD;XmeaxmufcH csufudk &&Sdygu wpfESpfvQif 12 &mcdkifEIef;twdk;EIef;jzifh acs;,l Edkifrnfjzpfonf/ oufqdkif&m jynfe,fESifh wdkif; a'oBuD;tvdkuf wif'g&&Sdxm; aom ukrÜPDrsm;udk aus;vuf a'ozGHUNzdK;a&bPfu cGifhjyKay; oGm;rnfjzpfNyD; vuf&SdwGif ukrÜPD rsm;udk ppfaq;vsuf&Sdum ta& twGufudkrltwdtusrod&ao; ay/ wif'gatmifjrifaomukrÜPD rsm;onf pDrHudef;trsKd;tpm; tvdkuf ueOD;tmrcHaiG xnfh oGif;&rnfjzpfNyD; pDrHudef; 30 &mcdkifEIef;udk NyD;ajrmufatmif aqmif&Guf&rnfjzpfumaus;vuf a'ozGHUNzdK;a&;bPfuvkyfief;pOf rsm;udk yhHydk;ay;&ef acs;aiGrsm;ay; oGm;rnfjzpfonf/aus;vufa'o zGHUNzdK;a&;bPfu acs;aiGxkwfay; jcif;rSm ,cktBudrfonf yxrqHk; tBudrfjzpfNyD; vma&mufpHkprf; &efzdwfac:xm;aMumif; od&onf/ Construction workers demonstrate with heavy tractors during the commencement ceremony of Thilawa SEZ Project in Yangon. OliverSlow UAung/Xinhua
  24. 24. July 10-16, 2014 Myanmar Business Today mmbiztoday.com 24 Myanmar Summary Myanmar Summary PROPERTY & REAL ESTATE Tender Process and Evaluation Criteria Announced to Develop Kyaukphyu SEZ Aundrea Montaño C PG Consultants, the viting international mar, has announced the evaluation criteria and tender process for the cently. Consultants, all tasked ter plan for Myanmar’s newest special economic state and strategically located to connect the dynamic economies of dant natural resources in oil and gas and plentiful marine resources. The development area for industrial use and 5 sq km for residential, which units as well as schools, hospitals and shopping areas. opment components that tegrated residence. pected to host companies in construction materials, textile manufacturing, food processing, oil and tries. The speakers at the road show emphasised the ment to developing the manner that takes into account the needs of local mental impact. sultants, the planning thus far has included stakeholders at all levels, including local residents who have shared their concerns for the project. siasm at the road show mitment to developing ecommunications, water and road upgrades, and national highway. erous tax incentives and exemption from customs nesses needing to import construction materials, ment, vehicles and other items. ment will issue a call for grated residential area. a request for proposal perience in the design, operation of at least one from the previous three In case of the industrial completion of projects within the past seven pletion of projects within the past seven years, with cial strength represented in the organizations past Andrew Batt tinues to open thrive to the extent where the city is now home to rental rates in Southeast al Myanmar noted that sqm, with more than jects in the pipeline and three percentage points rents continue to trend upwards although at a less acute rate than seen Yangoncurrentlyhasthe highest average monthly rent in the region, higher than the average rents of that the average prime rent in the city stands at than three times rates in higher than in Singapore. of international standard city that are considered for these spaces is only expected to heighten, yet the supply of quality ever, as developers see tenants, new projects are expected to deliver decent quality spaces in the next rental rates in Yangon will cent in the next two years. Andrew Batt is Inter- national Group Editor of PropertyGuru Group. ausmufjzLtxl;pD;yGm;a&;Zkef (KP-SEZ) twGuf EdkifiHwum &if;ESD;jr§KyfEHSolrsm; zdwfac:&m wGif t"dutBuHay; CPG twdkifyifcHvkyfief;u wif'g vkyfief;pOfESifh tuJjzwfyHkpHEIef; rsm;udk rMumao;rDu jyKvkyfcJh aom &Sif;vif;wifjyyGJwGif xkwf jyefvdkufonf/ jrefrmEdkifiHaemufqHk;txl; pD;yGm;a&;ZkeftwGuf wif'gpdppf a&G;cs,fa&;aumfrwD (BEAC) ESifhyl;aygif;í yifrpDrHudef;azmf aqmifjcif;vkyfief;rsm;aqmif &Gufaeaom CPG ESifh pifumyl tajcpdkufukrÜPDrsm;aygif;pnf; xm;aomtzGJUu ,if;&Sif;vif; wifjyyGJudk usif;ycJhjcif;jzpfonf/ ausmufjzLpDrHudef;yxr tqifhajrae&mrSm 19 'or 51 uDvdkrDwmywfvnf&SdNyD; xdkxJ rS 10 uDvdkrDwmudk pufrIvkyfief; rsm;twGufESifh 5 uDvdkrDwmywf vnfudk vlaexdkif&eftwGuf toHk;csoGm;rnfjzpfum ausmif; rsm;? aq;½Hkrsm;ESifh aps;rsm;tyg t0if tdrfajcaygif; 40ç000 ausmfwnfaxmifoGm;rnf[k arQmfrSef;xm;aMumif; od&onf/ CPG ajymMum;csuft& vuf&SdtpDtpOfqGJjcif;tqifh wGiftvTmpHkrSoufqdkifoltusKd;cH rsm; xnfhoGif;xm;NyD; pDrHudef; a'otwGif;aexdkifolrsm;uvnf; rQa0aMumif; od&onf/ qefumwifa&G;cs,fcH&olrsm; onf tqdkjyKvTmwifoGif;cGifh awmif;cHcsuf (RFP) udk pufwif bm 15 wGif wifjyí Edk0ifbm 10 &ufaeYtrD wifoGif;&rnf jzpfum 2015 tpydkif;wGif a&G; cs,fcH&oludk aMunmrnfjzpf onf/ a&eufqdyfurf;twGuf ukrÜPD rsm;udk 'DZdkif;? zGHUNzdK;a&;? aiGaMu; ESifhvkyfief;ydkif;qdkif&mtawGU tBuHKrsm;udk tajcjyKqHk;jzwfoGm; rnfjzpfonf/ jrefrmEdkifiHydkrdkyGifhvif;vmonf ESifhtrQ &efukefNrdKU&Sd ½Hk;cef;iSm;&rf; rIaps;uGufrSmjrifhwufvmvsuf &Sdum ,cktcg &efukefonf ta&SUawmiftm&SwGif ½Hk;cef; iSm;&rf;caps;tBuD;qHk;NrdKUjzpfvm cJhonf/ Colliers International Myanmar aemufqHk;aps;uGuf tpd&ifcHpmwGif azmfjyxm;csuf t& &efukefwGif ½Hk;cef;ajrae&m 112ç000 pwk&ef;rDwm&SdNyD; aemufxyf 230ç000 pwk&ef; rDwmausmftwGuf pDrHudef;opf rsm;azmfaqmifvsuf&SdNyD; 2018 ckESpfrwkdifrDNyD;pD;rnf[kod&onf/ 2014 yxroHk;vywftukef wGif &efukefNrdKUwpf0ef;&Sd ½Hk;cef; ae&moHk;pGJrIEIef;rSm oHk;vywf tvdkuf oHk;&mcdkifEIef; jrifhwuf vmí pwk&ef;rDwm 98ç000 ausmfae&m,lxm;aMumif; od& onf/tusKd;quftm;jzifh iSm;&rf;cEIef;xm;rsm;rSm 2012 ESifh 2013 wdkYwGif BuKHcJh&onf avmuf rjyif;xefonfhwdkif trsm;tjym;jrifhwufvmcJhonf/ &efukefonf a'owGif;wGif tjrifhqHk;vpOfiSm;&rf;cEIef;xm; &SdaeNyD; ta&SUawmiftm&SNrdKUBuD; rsm; ysrf;rQiSm;&rf;cxuf jrihfrm;aeonf/ vuf&SdwGif NrdKUwGif;&Sd ysrf;rQiSm;&rf;crSm wpfrDwmywfvnfvQif 87 a': vm&SdNyD;befaumufxufoHk;q rsm;umpifumylxuf20 &mcdkif EIef; ydkrsm;aMumif;od& onf/ xyfrHazmfxkwfaeonfh ½Hk;cef; ae&mjznfhqnf;rIyrmPenf;yg; aeonfhtjyifEdkifiHwumtqifhrD ½Hk;cef;taqmufttHk &efukef wGif r&Sdao;aMumif; od&onf/ vuf&SdwGif t&nftaoG;jrifh onf[k ,lqEdkifaom taqmuf ttHkav;ckom&Sdao;onf/

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