Myanmar Investment Opportunity: New Special Economic Zone (SEZ)

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  • Myanmar Deep Sea Port
  • Myanmar Investment Opportunity: New Special Economic Zone (SEZ)

    1. 1. Business Plan 2010 for Developing a new SEZ in Myanmar to Attract Overseas Investors<br />For more information please contact:<br />MYANMAR BUSINESS NETWORK <br />www.myanmar-business.org<br />phone:+818031916197 <br />Email: evi@myanmar-business.org <br />
    2. 2. Contents<br />About Myanmar<br />Company Background<br />Industrial Analysis<br />SWOT Analysis<br />Vision, Mission and Goals<br />Action Plan<br />Execution and Management <br />Marketing Plan<br />Technical Aspect or Buying and Selling Process<br />Financial Plan<br />Risk Analysis<br />
    3. 3. UNION OF MYANMAR<br /><ul><li>Myanmar is the largest country on mainland South-East Asia with a total land area of 676,577 sq.km
    4. 4. Total coastline is 2,832 km.
    5. 5. Shares total international borders of 5,858 km
    6. 6. Bangladesh and India on the north-west,
    7. 7. China on the north-east and;
    8. 8. Laos and Thailand on the south-east.
    9. 9. Dynamic crossroad linking South East Asia, Western China (Yunnan) and the Indian sub-continent
    10. 10. Economic gateway to a potential vast market of over two billion consumers as well as sub-regional economic nodal link.
    11. 11. Population around 56 Million</li></li></ul><li>Company Background<br />We, participants of Myanmar planned to set up a Company to develop a SEZ in Thanlyin – Kyauktan Special Economic Zone, Yangon Division opposite of Myanmar International Terminal Thilawa.<br />Memebers of Developer<br /> - Mr. Aye Lwin, Dr. Pwint San, Dr. Khin Mg Oo<br /> - Mr. Tin Aung Win and Mr. KyawKyaw Win<br />
    12. 12. Industrial Analysis in Myanmar<br />Yangon Division (East Yangon) – South Dagon Industrial Zone(1)<br /> South Dagon Industrial Zone (2)<br /> South Dagon Industrial Zone (3)<br /> East Dagon Industrial Zone<br /> Dagon Seikkan Industrial Zone<br /> North Oakkalapa Industrial Zone<br /> South Oakkalapa Industrial Zone<br />ShwePauk Kan Industrial Zone<br />Tharketa Industrial Zone<br />(North Yangon) – HlaingTharYar Industrial City<br />ShwePyiThar Industrial Zone<br /> Yangon Industrial Zone<br />ShweLinban Industrial Zone<br />Mingalardon Industrial Park<br />
    13. 13. Some of existing Industrial Zones around Yangon<br />Shwe pyi thar industrial Zone<br />Hlaingthayar industrial Zone<br />East Dagon industrial Zone<br />South Dagon industrial Zone<br />Dagon Seikkan industrial Zone<br />Thilawar (Thanlyin) industrial Zone<br />
    14. 14. Industrial Analysis in Myanmar<br />Mandalay Division - Industrial Zone (1)<br /> Industrial Zone (2)<br />Myin Chan Industrial Zone<br />Meikhtila Industrial Zone<br />Ayarwaddy Division – Pathein Industrial Zone<br />MyaungMya Industrial Zone<br />Hinthada Industrial Zone<br />Sagaing Division - Monywa Industrial Zone<br />Tanintharyi Division – Myeik Industrial Zone<br />Magwe Division - Yenangyaung Industrial Zone<br />Pakokku Industrial Zone<br />Shan State - Aye TharYar Industrial Zone (Taunggyi)<br />
    15. 15. INDUSTRIAL ZONES IN MYANMAR<br />
    16. 16. S W O T Analysis<br />Strength of Thanlyin – Kyauktan<br />Special Economic Zone<br />
    17. 17. Myanmar Deep Sea Port<br />Ports of Myanmar<br />SITTWE<br /><ul><li>Myanmar has a total of nine ports catering mainly for its seaborne and coastal trade
    18. 18. spreading over the whole coastline
    19. 19. Yangon is the Major Port city of Myanmar </li></ul>KYAUKPYU<br />THANDWE<br />YANGON<br />PATHEIN<br />MAWLAMYINE<br />DAWEI<br />MYEIK<br />KAWTHOUNG<br />
    20. 20. Yangon Sea Access Channel<br />
    21. 21.
    22. 22. Yangon River<br />
    23. 23. YANGON<br />RIVER<br />Pazundaung<br />Creek<br />YANGON<br />BAGO RIVER<br />BRIDGE<br />THANLYAN<br />Liffey<br />INNERBAR<br />SECONDARY CHANNEL<br />Chokey pt.<br />Main<br />Channel<br />d Silva Pt.<br />N<br />THILAWA PORT AREA<br />Kyauktan Creek<br />THANTE<br />-10<br />EASTEN<br />GROVE<br />FLATS<br />ELEPHANT pt.<br />-5<br />-3<br />OUTER BAR<br /><ul><li>Yangon Port
    24. 24. 15000 DWT
    25. 25. LOA 167 m
    26. 26. Draft 9 m
    27. 27. Thilawa Port
    28. 28. 20000 DWT
    29. 29. LOA 200 m</li></ul> (for cruise vessel up to 268 m)<br /><ul><li>Draft 9 m</li></ul>Yangon River Estuary<br /><ul><li> There are two restricted bars</li></ul> along the approached channel. <br /><ul><li>Inner Bar (near Yangon Port at Monkey Point)
    30. 30. Outer Bar (at the mouth of the River)</li></li></ul><li>Routes to Thilawa – ThanlyinKyauktan SEZ<br />Dagon Seikkan Industrial Zone<br />24 km<br />17 km<br />Thanlyin- Kyauktan Industrial Zone & SEZ<br />MITT<br />
    31. 31. Yangon Port and Terminal Locations <br />
    32. 32. Layout Plan of Myanmar International Terminals Thilawa<br />
    33. 33. Facilities at Myanmar International Terminals Thilawa<br />Ro – Ro Vessel<br />Container Vessel <br />Total Area (ha) : 75<br />Total Berth Length (m) : 1,000 <br />Depth Alongside (m) : 10<br />Container Cranes : 2 <br />RTG Yard Cranes : 3<br />Reachstackers : 2<br />Empty Handler / FLTs : 3<br />Reefer Plugs : 108<br />CFS / Warehouse (Sq.m) : 20,000 <br />Full Container Yard - FCY<br />
    34. 34. Facilities at Myanmar International Terminals Thilawa<br />X Ray Scanner<br />Rail Facility<br />Thanlyin- Kyauktan Industrial Zone & SEZ<br />
    35. 35. Thanlyin– Kyauktan Special <br />Economic Zone Location<br />SEZ Proposed by Singapore<br />SEZ Proposed by China<br />MITT (Deep Sea Port Thilawar )<br />SEZ Proposed by Japan<br />)<br />SEZ Proposed by Malaysia<br />500 Companies has signed <br />MOU with our company.<br />
    36. 36. Strengths<br />1 Km from Myanmar International Terminal Thilawa (Deep Sea Port)<br />25 Km from Yangon International Airport<br />30 Km from Business Areas of Central Yangon<br />24 Km from Supporting Industrial Zone (East Dagon)<br />5 Km from No. 5 Highway<br />Attractive Tax Exemptions<br />
    37. 37.
    38. 38. Exemption<br />Free trade tax on Export commodities<br />8% trade tax only on Electricity sales.<br />Custom duty free on import commodities using in zone.<br />After payment made specific land lease for (50) years, another (25) years can be lease.<br />Lease can transferable / lease to another person again / Allow to pawn.<br />Domestic Banking / Foreign Banking allow in zone.<br />Foreign Exchange Freely exchange, transfer using in zone.<br />
    39. 39. Strengths<br />Fiber Optic Cable for internet and networking<br />100 MW Electricity Supply 33KV-11KV-0.4KV<br />Accessible to All kind of Mobile and Wired Telecommunation<br />Easy to get Tube Water Supply<br />Easy access of Human Resources – about 1 Million working population within 5 Km<br />Easy access of experienced Pensioners<br />Educational Resources – East Yangon University, East Yangon Science and Technology Institute, Yangon Co-operative College, Government Technical College within 5 Km.<br />Abundant Extractable Natural Resources<br />
    40. 40. Myanmar’s Potential Markets <br />China<br />1,315 Mil<br />China<br />$1,410 Bln<br />India<br />1,103 Mil<br />India<br />$591 Bln<br />Bangladesh<br />141 Mil<br />Bangladesh<br />$56 Bil<br />54 Million<br />$58 Bln<br />Laos 6 Mil<br />Laos $2 Bil<br />Thailand <br />$143 Bil<br />Thailand <br />64 Mil<br />Total GDP<br />US$2,252 Billion<br />Total People<br />2,683 Million<br />Less Than 500 Miles Away<br />
    41. 41. Weakness<br />SEZ law still under processing<br />Unstable Electricity Supply <br />Lack of Transparency between Government and )Private Sectors<br />Lack of Skill Labour<br />Foreign Exchange Monetary Policy<br />Restrictive Government Procedures<br />Centralized Management Mechanism<br />
    42. 42. Opportunities<br />Strategic Geographical Location<br />Land bridge between Middle East and South East Asia<br />Between Two Biggest Population Countries<br />
    43. 43.
    44. 44. Threats<br />High Competition with Neighbouring countries<br />US and EU Sanction<br />AFTA in 2015<br />Skill Labour Migration due to high attractiveness by neighbouring countries <br />Goods Dumping by neighbouring countries<br />
    45. 45. Vision<br />To be a leading SEZ in Myanmar with international standard that provides eco-friendly infrastructure, high quality service, clean and green environment and efficient management to our customers that will enhance our stakeholders’ value<br />
    46. 46. Mission<br />(1) To contribute in making sound economic foundation of Myanmar by attracting and accommodating legitimate Myanmar and foreign investors<br />(2) To prepare investors-friendly environment by closely coordinating with the Government of Myanmar<br />(3) To create job opportunities for Myanmar young generation<br />(4) To develop and operate our special economic zone in environment-friendly ways<br />(5) To make efforts in upgrading technical skills of Myanmar workers<br />(6) To always pay attention to neighbor communities to develop and keep harmonious relationship<br />(7) To play an integral role for maximizing the well-being and prosperity of Myanmar people<br />
    47. 47. Goals<br />To become a very productive industrial zone in Myanmar <br />In line with ISO 9000 and 14000<br />
    48. 48. Action Plan<br />To design a Master Plan and summit to Myanmar Investment Commission (MIC)<br />To get approval from Myanmar Industry Development Committee (MIDC) and concerned Ministries<br />To make contracts with Proposed Customers <br />To set up Once Start One Stop (OSOS) services for Investors<br />To enforce environmental protection plan<br />
    49. 49. Execution and Management<br />To Set up Organization Structure for Execution Board and Management Board<br />Organizational Structure<br />Administration and Accounting Department<br />Sales and Marketing Department<br />Engineering & Technical Department<br />Operation Department<br /> <br />Human Resources and Employee Training<br />The company strategically recruits qualified staff into necessary positions in order to strengthen its capability.<br />The company continues training programs for staff in order to improve services to its customers.<br />The company schedules a field trip program to other industrial parks in a neighbor country.<br />The company tries to find overseas training programs for staff by receiving support of developed countries.<br /> <br />Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Legal Advisor<br />The company had engagement with U Win Tin and Associates for accounting purpose .<br />The company has engagement with U Than Maung (Sittwe) as legal advisor.<br />
    50. 50. Marketing Plan<br />To make confirmation with previous proposed customers<br />The company participates in Myanmar Investment Seminars organized by domestic and international organizations as a presenter.<br />The company upgrades and updates our website as a marketing tool.<br />The company prepares compact pamphlet in English, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Myanmar languages to spread relevant organizations and institutes <br />
    51. 51. Technical Aspect<br />The company will appoint a SEZ consultant Mr. Hiroshi UEMATSU as a Technical Advisor<br />The company will appoint Supreme Group of Companies as a clean water supply and waste water treatment advisor.<br />The company will appoint Myanmar V-Piles as Earth-working and Foundation<br />The company will give sub-contract to Asia World Construction Co., Ltd. as a contractor.<br />
    52. 52. Financial Plan<br />The company makes effort to invite new qualified foreign equity partner(s) in order to secure fund.<br />The company makes effort to avail additional bank loan preferably from overseas financial institution with lower interest by mortgaging some free land.<br />
    53. 53. Risk Analysis<br />Factors that can obstruct the project are as follows:<br />Political turmoil such as demonstration and military coup which are uncontrollable factors<br />World economy impact, specifically recession<br />US and EU Sanction<br />Unchanged Monetary Policy<br />
    54. 54. Action Plan to set up SEZ development <br />1) To enact SEZ law in Myanmar<br />2) To set up public and private partnership (PPP)<br />3) To review and amend industrial and trade regulation<br />4) To study regional and international market situation and find out the appropriate incentive for the investors<br />5) To cooperate with Government for Electricity and Infrastructure development<br />6) To eliminate all barriers <br />
    55. 55. Thank you very much<br />Warmly Welcome to Myanmar<br />The Golden Land.<br />For more information please contact:<br />MYANMAR BUSINESS NETWORK <br />www.myanmar-business.org<br />phone:+818031916197 <br />Email: evi@myanmar-business.org <br />

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