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Ukti trade mission to myanmar 9th july
Ukti trade mission to myanmar 9th july
Ukti trade mission to myanmar 9th july
Ukti trade mission to myanmar 9th july
Ukti trade mission to myanmar 9th july
Ukti trade mission to myanmar 9th july
Ukti trade mission to myanmar 9th july
Ukti trade mission to myanmar 9th july
Ukti trade mission to myanmar 9th july
Ukti trade mission to myanmar 9th july
Ukti trade mission to myanmar 9th july
Ukti trade mission to myanmar 9th july
Ukti trade mission to myanmar 9th july
Ukti trade mission to myanmar 9th july
Ukti trade mission to myanmar 9th july
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  • 1. 11‐Jul‐12 UKTI Trade Mission to Myanmar Presented by U Moe Kyaw  9th July 2012 Sedona Hotel, Yangon md@mmrdrs.com  Presentation Flow1. Why Myanmar2. Current Investment Climate3. What Myanmar Business Can Offer4. What UK Companies should do 1
  • 2. 11‐Jul‐12Why Myanmar Reviewing Myanmar Strategic Potential 28th Most Populated, 40th Largest in the world and 2nd Largest in ASEAN Bangladesh Bangladesh 158 Mil 54 Million Laos 7 Mil $258 Bil $76.5 Bil Laos $15 Bil Total People Total GDP(ppp) 2,730 Million US$15,088 Billion Source : The World Factbook 2011 World Factbook Myanmar fossil find turns history on Its head‐ our earliest ancestors came from Asia, not Africa http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article‐2154753/ 2
  • 3. 11‐Jul‐12ASIA REGIONAL ARCHITECTURE Myanmar www.asean‐bac.org | www.asean‐bis.comASEAN TRADE (Billion USD) Note: Red arrows indicate that  these directions increased more  than FOUR times than the  previous period.  Source:  Compiled from RIETI‐TID 2010 www.asean‐bac.org | www.asean‐bis.com 3
  • 4. 11‐Jul‐12Why Myanmar 79,000Why Myanmar 4
  • 5. 11‐Jul‐12Why Myanmar Western Corridor East-West Corridor Southern Corridor 5
  • 6. 11‐Jul‐12 6
  • 7. 11‐Jul‐12Kyaukpyu Economic and Technological Development Zone Conceptual Plan Kyaukpyu Economic and Technological Development Zone Conceptual Plan Oil Pipeline Gas Pipeline 7
  • 8. 11‐Jul‐12 8
  • 9. 11‐Jul‐12 THILAWA SEZ and PORTYangon Port o Total 37 Plots o 200 m quay length (Each Plot) o 750 m landward In the SEZ plan, SEZs and industrial zones will be as follows; • Special Industrial Zone (for FDI)- 2300 acres • Local Industrial Zone- 430 acres • Singapore Myanmar Development (SINMARDEV) Industrial Zone -247 acres • Sea ports and container yard • Thilawa Special Industrial Zone – 3,170 acres 9
  • 10. 11‐Jul‐12Why Myanmar If you have Investment Potential – Where else…. Soon to be incredible connectivity If you want laws that you understand –Where else…. Based on British Systems If you want the best people –Where else … There are already over ten thousand Myanmar’s working in the UK that you can train. If your looking East.. –Where else… Myanmar borders 40% of the worlds population and 20% of the worlds GDP. If you want to be HIP –Where is…. Just look at our old buildings… Presentation Flow 1. Why Myanmar 2. Current Investment Climate 3. What Myanmar Business Can Offer 4. What UK Companies should do 10
  • 11. 11‐Jul‐12 Trade Between Myanmar and EU Countries 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011No Country Export Import Total Export Import Total Export Import Total Export Import Total Export Import Total 1 Austria 1.53 0.52 2.05 7.54 1.22 8.76 7.51 1.91 9.42 5.79 0.18 5.97 7.52 0.02 7.54 2 Belgium 5.23 1.79 7.02 3.85 1.41 5.26 1.51 0.54 2.05 2.06 1.48 3.54 1.5 2.62 4.12 3 Denmark 2.6 1.71 4.31 2.21 1.58 3.79 0.87 3.02 3.89 5.39 2.98 8.37 0.69 7.06 7.75 4 Finland 0.43 0.43 0.32 0.32 0.27 0.02 0.29 0.06 0.01 0.07 0.02 0.025 France 13 12 25 8.61 12.8 21.4 4.77 21 25.8 4.45 35.9 40.3 1.43 40.6 42 6 Germany 74.95 30.58 105.5 66.55 30.06 96.61 53.71 47.39 101.1 40.89 33.38 74.27 38.45 53.29 91.74 7 Greece 4.76 4.93 9.69 2.08 0.93 3.01 0.82 0.16 0.98 0.27 0.08 0.35 0.22 0.32 0.54 8 Ireland 0.07 0.29 0.36 0.01 2.06 2.07 0.27 0.02 0.29 0.22 0.22 0.12 0.22 0.34 9 Italy 20.97 4.86 25.83 16.93 6.04 22.97 4.1 8.43 12.53 6.48 5.39 11.87 5.79 17.4 23.1910 Luxembourg 0 0 0.01 0.01 0 011 Netherlands 10.4 3.45 13.85 7.91 3.21 11.12 6.58 4.24 10.82 5.39 4.46 9.85 5.94 5.05 10.9912 Portugal 0.32 0.32 0.03 0.03 0.11 0.01 0.12 0.7 0.7 013 Spain 23.47 1.13 24.6 24.75 3.2 27.95 26.4 2.42 28.82 23.49 1.468 24.958 23.88 16.15 40.0314 Sweden 1.7 3.78 5.48 1.69 8.69 10.38 0.81 4.15 4.96 0.73 4.99 5.72 0.69 4.62 5.3115 UK 50.54 6.81 57.35 57.58 20.96 78.54 52.17 6.12 58.29 37.06 5.83 42.89 34.83 18.9 53.73 Total 210.3 71.76 282 200.1 92.19 292.3 159.9 99.45 259.35 132.76 96.348 229.11 121.1 166.2 287.3 Myanmars Trade Volume  Fiscal Year Export Import Volume 2005-6 3,557 1,693 4,821 UK accounts for 0.5% of  2006-7 2007-8 5,233 6,402 2,937 3,353 8,169 9,755 Myanmar Total Trade  2008-9 6,779 4,543 11,322 Volume and EU 1.9%  in  2009-10 7,587 4,181 11,768 2010-11 8,864 6,415 15,279 2011  In US$ Million] Investment Situation FOREIGN INVESTMENT OF PERMITTED ENTERPRISES AS OF (31/3/2012) Permitted  Permitted Enterprises Sr. No Particulars  Enterprises  Sr. No Particulars Approved  No. %  Approved  Amount  No.  Amount  % 1 China 34 13,948.90  34.3  1 Power  5 18,873.72  46.37 2 Oil and Gas  109 14,063.07  34.55 2 Thailand 61 9,568.09  23.5  3 Mining  66 2,814.36  6.92 3 Hong Kong 38 6,308.50  15.5  4 Manufacturing  164 1,760.70  4.33 4 Republic of Korea 49 2,941.29  7.2  5 Hotel and Tourism  45 1,064.81  2.62 5 U.K* 52 2,759.79  6.8  6 Real Estate  19 1,056.45  2.6 7 Livestock & Fisheries  25 324.36  0.8 6 Singapore 72 1,804.01  4.4  Transport &  7 Malaysia 41 1,026.96  2.5  8 Communication  16 313.91  0.77 8 France 2 469.00  1.2  9 Industrial Estate  3 193.11  0.47 9 U.S.A 15 243.57  0.6  10 Agriculture  7 173.10  0.43 11 Construction  2 37.77  0.09 10 Indonesia 12 241.50  0.6  12 Other Services  6 23.69  0.06 Others 91 1,387.45  3.4  Total  467 40,699.05  100 Total 467 40,699.05  100 11
  • 12. 11‐Jul‐12Exports & Imports In US$ Million In US Dollar  in MillionNo TOP 10 Exports Value No TOP 10 IMPORTS Value 1 Natural Gas 2,522.5 1 Petroleum Products 1,463.0 2 Jade 2,204.9 2 Machinery & Spare Parts 873.7 3 Matpe ( Black Gram Bean ) 458.6 3 Iron & Steel Construction materials 430.4 4 Garment 381.1 4 Plastic Raw Materials 202.1 5 Fish 306.0 5 Palm Oil 198.8 6 Rubber 302.0 6 Vehicles & Spare Parts 197.1 7 Teak Log 292.3 7 Pharmaceuticals 188.3 8 Green Mung Bean 291.3 8 Ships, Boats 180.4 9 Hardwood Log 282.0 9 Cement 167.8 10 Rice 194.4 10 Fertilizers 162.6 Revision of Foreign Investment Law  In order to be adaptable to the advancing era and develop the whole economic infrastructure, FIL is being revised . No description on rights & obligation Description on rights & obligation Existing Law Revised Law No specific definition on investment Specific definition on investment No specific definition on guarantee of land lease or Specific definition on guarantee of land lease or guarantee guarantee of land used of land used Not mentioned on restricted activities Mentioned on restricted activities Export Promotion Export promotion and import substitution No description on rights and obligation of investor Description on rights & obligation of investor 3 years tax holidays 5 years tax holidays No description on land use Description on land use Official exchange rate Market exchange rate No description on administrative penalty Description on administrative penalty No description on dispute settlement Description on dispute settlement 12
  • 13. 11‐Jul‐12 Presentation Flow1. Why Myanmar2. Current Investment Climate3. What Myanmar Business Can Offer4. What UK Companies should do Ready to Develop your Business If you want to Sell or Buy or Produce, first look  at What Myanmar Businesses can offer. In the Yangon Directory (Yellow Pages) YANGON Lower Myanmar Business Type Count Business Type Count Production          2,920 Production             550  Retail        21,097 Retail       17,773  Retail/WS        12,016 Retail/Whole Sales          8,354  Services        29,228 Services       12,281  Trading               45  Trading          1,607 Grand Total  39,003  Grand Total   66,868 www.yangon-directory.com 13
  • 14. 11‐Jul‐12 Presentation Flow1. Why Myanmar2. Current Investment Climate3. What Myanmar Business Can Offer4. What UK Companies should doMake Sure Myanmar is in your PlansSeeing is believing… But Can you make money.Consider Waiting for the new investment law  to be established or Start NOW.Consider getting representatives or dealers.There are many Myanmar workers in the UK  consider employing them to start your  business up. Lobby your government to assist in  Infrastructure Development projects.  14
  • 15. 11‐Jul‐12 Agriculture still dominates in Myanmar economyRole of Agriculture Sector Myanmar ThailandShare in GDP (2008) 35.6% 8.9%Share in export (2008) 22.9% 13.6% Million Hectares Net Sown Area 11.98 17.7% Fallow Land 0.24 0.35% Cultivable Waste Land 5.61 8.3% Reserved Forest 16.9 24% Other Forests 16.25 24% Others 16.68 24.6% 67.99Sugar Production 280,000 tons 3% 10,200,000 Don’t worry we have lots of LAND 15
  • 16. 11‐Jul‐12 With 55 Million people and linkage to China and India Myanmar is a must for business expansion.Thank you for your kind attention and for coming to Myanmar 16

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