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Myanmar: Market Profile

9 Sept 2019

Myanmar is a low-middle income country, and the economy is supported by abundant natural resources and commodities. Its largest export is natural gas, which provides an increasingly important revenue ...Read More

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Myanmar: Visa on Demand

30 Aug 2019

This page provides general information about visa requirements for Hong Kong residents travelling to Myanmar. For residents outside Hong Kong, please contact the nearest embassy or consulate. As the a...Read More

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MYANMAR: Online Construction Permit System Set to Cut Processing Time by 50%

19 Aug 2019

The Yangon Building Permit System (YBPS), an online construction permit facility, is to be piloted among duly-accredited architects and construction engineers in Yangon, the country’s commercial capit...Read More

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MYANMAR: Trading on Stock Exchange Opened-Up to Non-Locals

2 Aug 2019

Foreign nationals and overseas entities – including locally-registered wholly foreign-owned enterprises as well as joint-ventures with local businesses – are to be permitted to buy shares on the Yango...Read More

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MYANMAR: In-Depth Proposals Now Mandatory for Prospective Investors

1 Aug 2019

As of 1 August, this year, prospective investors will be required to supply more information when submitting proposals. In line with this, the Ministry of Investment and Foreign Economic Relations has...Read More

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MYANMAR: Overseas Businesses Approved to Enter Food Export Sector

19 June 2019

Overseas investors in the country can now open wholly foreign-owned companies or form joint ventures with local companies for the purpose of exporting goods across seven product categories - rice (inc...Read More

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MYANMAR: Legal Action Threatened Against Unauthorised Online Sale of Cosmetics Products

24 May 2019

Retail businesses that import cosmetics products illegally or sell them via online channels without first procuring the requisite licences will now be liable to legal action, according to a recent ann...Read More

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MYANMAR: Improved Corporate Governance Standards to Boost FDI

22 May 2019

In a bid to improve corporate governance and transparency in Myanmar, the government is planning to introduce a Corporate Governance Code (CGC) by 2020. Once implemented, the CGC is expected to boost ...Read More

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Practical Tips for Manufacturing in Myanmar

20 May 2019

Fuelled by the influx of foreign investment, Myanmar’s manufacturing industry has grown rapidly in recent years. Hong Kong manufacturers looking to invest in the country should be aware of issues rela...Read More

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MYANMAR: 2% Export Withholding Tax Reinstated as of 1 May

7 May 2019

The 2% withholding tax on export income was reinstated for all business as of 1 May. The reintroduction of the tax, which was abolished in January 2018 for all registered large and medium-sized compan...Read More

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MYANMAR: Five Overseas Life Insurance Businesses Granted National Operating Licences

15 April 2019

Five overseas-owned life insurance businesses – including AIA Hong Kong – have been granted provisional licences to provide insurance services in Myanmar....Read More

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MYANMAR: Mobile Phone Sales Liable for 5% Surcharge as of 1 June

12 April 2019

As of 1 June this year, a tax of 5% is to be imposed on all mobile phone handsets and accessories sold in the country. The levy will be calculated on the sales value of each item and charged to the re...Read More

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MYANMAR: One-Stop Yangon Service Centre Opened for Overseas Investors

11 April 2019

A One Stop Service (OSS) centre, designed to meet the needs of overseas investors, has been launched in Yangon, the country’s commercial capital....Read More

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MYANMAR: First Occupational Safety and Health Law Enacted

4 April 2019

Domestic and overseas companies, including joint ventures, now all fall within the remit of the country’s first Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Law, which was recently passed by the country’s par...Read More

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MYANMAR: Licence Restriction Lifted on Importing Auto-Parts for Domestic Assembly

22 March 2019

Licences are no longer required for the import of newly-produced automotive parts for use in new vehicles or in domestic assembly/manufacture, providing they comply with a number of statutory requirem...Read More

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MYANMAR: Official Boost for Trade and Investment Unveiled

18 March 2019

The Ministry of Commerce and the Directorate of Investment and Company Administration has recently launched the Trade and Investment Project (TIP), an initiative aimed at boosting the country’s commer...Read More

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MYANMAR: Overseas Banks Approved for New Branches and Wider Range of Services

27 Feb 2019

In line with a recent statement by the Central Bank of Myanmar (CBM), all overseas-headquartered banks will be permitted to set up wholly-owned subsidiaries in the country by the end of 2020....Read More

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MYANMAR: Overseas Investors Allowed to Hold Maximum 35% Stake in Local Banks

14 Feb 2019

Overseas investors are to be permitted to hold a stake of up to 35% in any of the country’s licenced local banks....Read More

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MYANMAR: All Businesses Required to Re-Register Existing Trademarks

13 Feb 2019

In line with international best practice, the country is set to abolish its existing first-to-use trademark registration system and adopt a first-to-file system....Read More

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MYANMAR: Database of Pre-Approved PPP Infrastructure Projects Set to Go Online

8 Feb 2019

A state-run database of pre-approved infrastructure projects open for overseas investment under a public-private partnership arrangement is set to go online....Read More

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