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Gala dinner

  1. 1. Report by Prof. Myint Thaung President of IMC Myanmar
  2. 2. Opening Remark by Mr.Michael Chin Chairman of IMC Myanmar
  3. 3. Address by Mr.Timothy Millar ICMCI - Excom Chairman
  4. 4. “Myanmar Opportunities” by Mr.Chayaditt Hutanuwatra Advisory Board of IMCM •••  
  5. 5. Myanmar Investment and Business Opportunity Michael Chin Chayaditt Hutanuwatra ICMCI Hub Meeting, Nay Pyi Taw April 28, 2014
  6. 6. Myanmar…
  7. 7. PAGAN Dynasty Pagan Dynasty, Period in 849 – 1297 •  Anawrahta's legacy went far beyond the borders of modern Burma. •  His embrace of Theravada Buddhism and his success in stopping the advance of Khmer Empire. 1,165Y
  8. 8. TOUNGOO Dynasty Toungoo Dynasty, Period in 1510–1752 •  Lead by king Tabinshwehti and deputy General Bayinnaung, •  Reunify the petty kingdoms that had existed since the fall of the Pagan Empire. •  Found the largest empire in the history of Southeast Asia. 504Y
  9. 9. Konbaung Dynasty The Last Dynasty, Period in 1752 – 1885 •  Or The Alungpaya Dynasty •  Throughout Konbaung Dynasty, the capital was relocated several times for religious, political, and strategic reasons. 256Y
  10. 10. The Moat of Mandalay Palace 157Y Width: 64 m Depth : 4.5 m Foes armed with ancient weapons, Obstacle to the besieging army.
  11. 11. 1824-1885: Three Anglo- Myanmar War 1886: Colonized completely by British and annexed Myanmar as a province of British India 1937: The British separated Burma Province from British India. Tongoo Dynasty 1599: Established Portuguese trade mission, under the Portuguese viceroy of Goa. 1613: Executed by Burmese king 401Y 190Y 77Y
  12. 12. RANGOON University 94Y1920: Rangoon University Act was established by the British colonial administration.
  13. 13. January 4, 1948: Independent and Democracy day in Myanmar. General Aung San: Symbolic of Myanmar, as the independence and a national hero. 66Y
  14. 14. 1949: Communist rebels began an uprising against the new government and ethnic conflicts in various provinces. 65Y
  15. 15. Closed Economic Country • 1962 MYANMAR DEMOCRACY • 1988 • 1988 • 2003 52Y 26Y 26Y 11Y
  16. 16. New Capital… 2005 The Capital was moved from Yangon to Naypyidaw 9Y
  17. 17. New Constitution 2008 The Capital City was moved from Yangon to Nay Pyi Taw 6Y
  18. 18. 4Y2010, November 7 Myanmar new general election
  19. 19. 4Y2010, January 31 New Parliament First meeting
  20. 20. Myanmar by-elections 2012 April1, NLD: National League for Democracy was registered for the by-elections as part of the political reforms. 2Y
  21. 21. Foreign Affairs
  22. 22. Myanmar Today…
  23. 23. More than 60 million people reside in a land area which is twice the size of Vietnam, making it the world’s 24th most populous country and world’s 40th largest country and the second largest in southeast Asia at 676,578 km2 (261,227 sq. mi). It is a new emerging economy with significant natural resources. State flag State seal Item Highlight Capital Nay Pyi Taw Largest city Yangon Official languages Burmese Ethnic groups 68% Bamar 9% Shan 7% Karen 4% Rakhine 3% Chinese 2% Indian 2% Mon 5% other Government Unitary presidential constitutional republic President Thein Sein Area 676,578 km2 District 7 states & 7 divisions Population 60,280,000 Currency Kyat (K) (MMK) Myanmar Overview 60Million
  24. 24. Myanmar has a continued growth during the last five years in GDP. Now, it has GDP growth at 6% and International reserves above USD 4 billions while the inflation moves to 5.8% in 2013. Myanmar economic statistics Economic Indicators Performance GDP US$51.9 billion GDP Growth 6.0%(2012) 5.5%(2011) GDP Per Capita US$880 Inflation 5.8%(2012-2013) 4.2%(2011-2012) Exports US$9.5 billion(2011) US$8.1 billion(2010) Largest export item Natural Gas, US$2.94 billon Unemployment 5.5% (2011) Currency Kyat (MMK) 858.5/USD Source : IMF, BOT and Myanmar Central Statistical Organization 824   897   1320   1407   2370   3495   4972   9977   40301   46241   0   10000   20000   30000   40000   50000   Myanmar   Cambodia   Loas   Vietnam   Philipines   Indonesia   Thailand   Malaysia   Brunei   Singapro   GDP  per  capita   §  6% GDP §  824 per capita §  1st Natural gas Largest export Myanmar Current Economic Make-up
  25. 25. 5.3%   5.9%   6.4%   6.8%   6.9%   2010   2011   2012   2013  e   2014  f   Source: IMF, Cascade Asia Myanmar GDP Growth 2010 to 2014
  26. 26. AEC Country SQKM 1. Indonesia 1,919,440 2. Myanmar 678,500 3. Thailand 513,115 4. Vietnam 331,689 5. Malaysia 329,758 6. Philippines 298,170 7. Lao 236,800 8. Cambodia 181,035 9. Brunei Darussalam 5,765 10. Singapore 699 §  Myanmar has a most of plateau in the Southeast Asian region §  11.67 million hectares of arable land accounts for 18% of the total area §  Myanmar has planned to expand the cultivated area of 5.7 million hectares or 8.4% of the total area. 2nd Largest Area in AEC
  27. 27. Source: CIA World Factbook Of Population is 25-54 years old Medium Age is 28 58% Myanmar Population
  28. 28. Source : Myanmar investment commission Over the past 20 years, Myanmar economic still relies on its neighbors with three largest investors; China Thailand and UK which account for 30 billions USD worth of investments. Now, it has FDI value about 36 billion USD mainly in power, oil and gas sector, totaling 78.6% of all. China, 14193.395 Thailand, 9984.012 U.K., 6458.979 S. Korea, 3055.518 Singapore, 3044.678 Malaysia, 2437.866 Vietnam, 1625.861 France, 511.186 India, 474.36 Japan, 277.282 Netherlands, 249.136 U.S.A., 243.565 Indonesia, 241.497 Philippines, 146.667 Others, 508.637 Cumulative FDI into Myanmar from 1989 to 2010(mUSD) §  China §  Thailand §  UK §  Korea §  Singapore Myanmar Current Economic Make-up
  29. 29. Myanmar’s rich in forest resources total natural forest is … 353,747 sq.km Reserved Forests 32% Protected Public Forests 8% Protected Areas System 9% Unclassified Forest Area 51% Myanmar Forest Resources
  30. 30. . 75% of the world’s teak market originates from Myanmar forests http://qz.com/101693/myanmars-teak-export-ban-could-knock-the-floor-out-from-under-the-yacht-industry-literally/
  31. 31. Myanmar MYEIK Island §  City in Tanintharyi Region in Myanmar §  Located in the extreme south on Andaman Sea §  2010 estimated population was over 209,000 §  The area inland from the city is a major smuggling corridor into Thailand. Myeik Phuket
  32. 32. Thailand 4 operational border trade points §  Mae Sai - Tha Kee Leng §  Chengsan - Chengrai §  Mae Sot - Myawadee §  Ranong - Kawthaung India and Myanmar signed agreement in 1994 and have 2 border trade points §  I1 Moreh-Tamu §  I2 Zowkhatar-Rhi §  proposed I3 at Avakhung-Pansat/Somrai §  Border trade of about 12.8 million US Myanmar is the largest foreign trade partner with Yunnan province of China (C), total import and export reached 2,071 million US$. Myanmar Trade Border with Neighbor
  33. 33. Special Economic Zones (SEZs) 1.  Kyaukphyu in western Rakhine state, the project will include an oil wharf, airport, highway bus terminal, residential quarters and recreation centers, and it is a start of oil and gas pipeline plan to Kunming of China. 2.  Thilawa is junction to avoid the excess of unmanaged and to support the expansion of industrial area from Yangon. 3.  Dawei project will include deep sea port, special industry areas and link to the southern corridor, this project will use to connect South China to Andaman and India oceans which can drop 20% of logistic cost and 10-12 days of transport. 1 2 4 3 S1 S3 S2 India 4 Main economic corridors § Western corridor § East-western corridor § Northern corridor § Southern corridor Myanmar Economic Corridors
  34. 34. 1997: Became an ASEAN member 2014: The chair of the ASEAN from January - December 2014 10 -11, May at Nay Pyi Taw 2014 Myanmar in ASEAN
  35. 35. Myanmar Investment and Business Opportunity Myanmar Agriculture & Agroforestry Tourism & Hospitality Logistics & Infrastructure Education & HR Development Property & Construction Health & Beauty
  36. 36. Agriculture Agriculture is 43% of Myanmar’s GDP which accounts for only 17% of it export earnings. Up to two-third of the population are employed in this sector. The potential export product are rice, palm oil, cereals and pulses. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Agriculture, value added (% of GDP) Source : World Bank 2011 43% of Myanmar GDP
  37. 37. source: http://www.dvb.no/news/health-education-spending-to-increase-in-2014-burma-myanmar/35887 Types of Hospitals   Number   Total Government Hospital   790 Hospitals   Government Hospital (Above 25 bedded) Approximate Specialist Hospital Hospital with specialist service Hospital above 25 bedded 366 Hospitals 35 Hospitals 29 Hospitals 302 Hospitals   Health 790Total Government Hospital
  38. 38. - 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Residential Infrastructure Industrial Commercial Institutional Myanmar Construction Industry Output §  29.20% Growth rate in 2011 at 2,898 million USD §  The highest output is from residential sector. Property and Construction 29.20% Growth Rate
  39. 39. http://knoema.com/atlas/Myanmar/Literacy-rate-adult Education
  40. 40. Logistics Road Railway Airport Port 33,680 KM 5,844 KM 3 International Airports 9 International Ports
  41. 41. Energy of the power generation from hydro power plants 18 Hydro power plants generate electricity 70%
  42. 42. Tourism Myanmar's tourist arrivals record on 2012 is…. 1.06million tourists in 2014 to reach K933 billion (US$ 971 million) as the number of international visitors to the country, especially from Asia.
  43. 43. Myanmar… in Transition
  44. 44. of the world’s land surface and consume Cities cover 2% 75% of its resources
  45. 45. HumanDisaster SustainableDevelopment NaturalDiaster SustainableDevelopment Eco-Econ §  Organic framing §  Community market §  Eco tourism §  People bank §  Green industry ECO-Conscious Intrinsic value of all being Eco-Culture §  Cultural resurgence §  Health §  Media literacy §  Sustainable education Eco-Infra §  Forest enrichment §  Water management §  Land enrichment §  Renewable energy §  Green infrastructure Post Modern Society
  46. 46. Eco Social Enterprise PROFIT PEOPLE PLANET Triple bottom line
  47. 47. Myanmar Rural Development… Education
  48. 48. Myanmar Rural Development Program Education software software software Hardware
  49. 49. Satellite + Mobile Facilities Banking Facilities IMC Myanmar Facilities MLFRD Facilities Myanmar Rural Development Program Microfinance Electronic Wallet Train the Trainer Satellite Education Curriculum Mobile School
  50. 50. Train the Trainer Program Human resource development •  Certify IMC Myanmar •  Recruit teacher •  Allocate supportive Government budget •  Co Body •  Fund sourcing •  Create curriculum •  Train •  Certify teacher •  Be MLFRD officer •  Be certified teacher •  Teach villagers •  Train self study program MLFRD IMCM Teacher
  51. 51. Education Curriculum Education for villagers better living •  Computer technology •  Renewable energy •  Basic dharma •  Household product production •  Self sustainable living concept •  Sustainable and appropriate technology •  Livelihood dharma •  Household product production •  Family finance •  Family dharma Teenager Farmer Housewife
  52. 52. Ecovillage Community •  Eco Econ •  Eco Infra •  Eco Culture •  Eco Consciousness

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