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Aye Maw / Doing business in Myanmar

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Team Finland / Myanmarin avautuvat kasvumarkkinat -seminaari / huhti-toukokuu 2016

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Aye Maw / Doing business in Myanmar

  1. 1. Min Zaw Oo, Director
  2. 2. Outline 3 Highlight of Myanmar1 2 3 4 Reforms Investment Laws 5 Why Myanmar is … 6 Way Forward Incorporation of Company
  3. 3. Outline 3 Highlight of Myanmar1 2 3 4 Reforms Investment Laws 5 Why Myanmar is … 6 Way Forward Incorporation of Company
  4. 4. Highlight of Myanmar Topography Topography can roughly be divided into 3 parts: the Western Hills Region, the Central Valley Region and the Eastern Hills Region.
  5. 5. Highlight of Myanmar Rich in Natural Resources 10th largest resources of natural gas in the world, over 90 trillion cubic feet Expansive forest which covers half of total area of the country, exports 80% of world teak supply Fertile land for agriculture which amounts 19.3 million hectares arable land and out of these, over 6 million hectares have not yet been exploited Fishery resources currently being used is less than 60% of sustainable yield, potential of 1.05 million MT of fish and fishery product
  6. 6. Abundance of precious gem stone such as ruby, sapphire, jade and diamond. Ruby accounts for 90% of world supply and the largest jade resource country in the world. Has gold deposit across the country Copper is the largest export of mining product Others mining product such as silver, lead, tin, tungsten and antimony deposit are widespread in the country Highlight of Myanmar Rich in Natural Resources
  7. 7. Over 60 million population with working age of 37.35 million, 62.25% of total population Over 91% of population is literate which is highest in the region Relatively low wage Much of Myanmar’s intellectual speaks English Highlight of Myanmar Modest Human Resource
  8. 8. Foreign Investment of Permitted Enterprises as of (31/9/2012) (By Sector) (US$ in Million) Sr. Particulars No. Approved % No. Amount 1 Power 5 19067.498 46.40 2 Oil and Gas 113 14181.972 34.51 3 Mining 66 2814.360 6.85 4 Manufacturing 179 1830.131 4.45 5 Hotel and Tourism 45 1064.811 2.59 6 Real Estate 19 1056.453 2.57 7 Livestock & Fisheries 25 324.358 0.79 8 Transport & Communication 16 313.906 0.76 9 Industrial Estate 3 193.113 0.47 10 Agriculture 9 182.751 0.44 11 Construction 2 37.767 0.09 12 Other Services 6 23.686 0.06 Total 488 41090.806 100.00 Permitted Enterprises Investments in Myanmar
  9. 9. Investments in Myanmar Sr. Particulars No. Approved % No. Amount 1 China 34 14142.674 34.42 2 Thailand 61 9568.093 23.29 3 Hong Kong 40 6371.495 15.51 4 Republic of Korea 55 2963.104 7.21 5 U.K * 54 2799.185 6.81 6 Singapore 76 1852.224 4.51 7 Malaysia 43 1031.285 2.51 8 France 2 469.000 1.14 9 U.S.A 15 243.565 0.59 10 Indonesia 12 241.497 0.59 11 The Netherlands 5 238.835 0.58 12 Japan 25 216.940 0.53 13 India 8 273.500 0.67 14 Philippine 2 146.667 0.36 15 Russia Federation 2 94.000 0.23 16 Australia 14 82.080 0.20 17 Austria 2 72.500 0.18 18 Panama 2 55.101 0.13 19 Viet Nam 4 49.796 0.12 20 United Arab Emirates 1 41.000 0.10 21 Canada 15 40.791 0.10 22 Mauritius 2 30.575 0.07 23 Germany 2 17.500 0.04 24 Republic of Liberia** 2 14.600 0.04 25 Denmark 1 13.370 0.03 26 Cyprus 1 5.250 0.01 27 Macau 2 4.400 0.01 28 Switzerland 1 3.382 0.01 29 Bangladesh 2 2.957 0.01 30 Israel 1 2.400 0.01 31 Brunei Darussalam 1 2.040 0.00 32 Sri Lanka 1 1.000 0.00 Total 488 41090.806 100.00 Permitted Enterprises
  10. 10. No. Country 1989-2001 Country 1989-2012 1 UK 1380 China 13947 2 Singapore 1351 Thailand 9568 3 Thailand 1187 Hong Kong 6308 4 Malaysia 599 Korea 2938 5 USA 583 UK 2659 6 France 470 Singapore 1818 7 Indonesia 239 Malaysia 977 8 Netherland 238 France 469 9 Japan 229 USA 243 10 Korea 156 Indonesia 241 11 Phillippines 147 Netherland 238 12 Hong Kong 144 Japan 211 13 China 67 India 189 14 Canada 64 Phillippines 146 15 Others 243 Others 472 Total 7097 Total 40424 USD - Million Singapore’s Investment in Myanmar
  11. 11. Investment Law 100% Foreign Owned Forms of Investment Joint Venture A Citizen or Concerned Government Organization Any System Included in the Mutually Agreed Contract 1 2 3
  12. 12. Minimum Foreign Capital Requirements US Dollars 500,000/- for Manufacturing (MIC) US Dollars 300,000/- for Service (under MIC) US Dollars 50,000/- for Service (under DICA) Investment Law (Until the declaration of the required rules, regulations, procedures, orders, notifications and directives by the Ministry of National Planning and Economic Development)
  13. 13. Tax Incentives 5 years tax holiday (MIC) Further tax exemption/relief for an appropriate period in case if it is considered beneficial for the State (MIC) Other tax incentives (imported machinery, raw materials up to 3 years etc.) Investment Law
  14. 14. Land Lease Investment Law 50 Years (For Initial Period) 10 Years (First Extension) 10 Years (Second Extension) Depending on the business, type of business and investment amount Land Lease
  15. 15. Kyauk Phyu Yangon Thilawa Dawei Dawei SEZ - being developed Thilawa SEZ - in the process Kyaukphyu SEZ - to be developed SEZs in Myanmar
  16. 16. Dawei Kunming Asia Regional Hub Africa India Middle East / Europe Dawei SEZ Project Location
  17. 17. Dawei SEZ Project Location
  18. 18. Yangon Thilawa SEZ Project Location
  19. 19. Kyauk Phyu SEZ Project Location
  20. 20. Monywa, Kalay, Shwe Bo (3) Magwe, Pakhokku, Yenanchaung (3) Pyay (1) Pathein, Myaungmya, Hinthada (3) Yangon (14) Myeik (1) Mawlamyine (1) Taungyi (1) Mandalay, Myingyan, Meikhtila (3) 30 Industrial Zones are already developed Industrial Zones
  21. 21. Tatkone (1) Ponnakyun (1) Myawaddy (1) Phaan (1) Mandalay (Tadaoo) (1) Muse (1) 7 Industrial Zones to be established Phaya Thone Zu (1) Industrial Zones
  22. 22. Geographical Advantages Abundant Workforce Rich Resources Cultural Heritages and Unique Landscape Why Myanmar is…
  23. 23. Resource Agriculture Fishery Mining Forestry Oil & Gas Food Processing Mineral Processing Wood Processing Petrochemical Down Stream Labour (Quality, Quantity, Cost) Garment Electronic Parts Assembly Others Services Hotel & Tourism Logistics Real Estate Other Location Why Myanmar is…
  24. 24. Min Zaw Oo thantmg.min@gmail.com

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