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With its extensive reforms, Myanmar is attracting substantial foreign investors keen to seize lucrative opportunities in various sectors of the economy. Event organiser Centre for Management Technology (CMT)’s 2nd New Myanmar Investment Summit will spotlight strategies and networking with the movers and shakers in the country said to be the last frontier in Southeast Asia which is the most dynamic region in the world.

Regardless of the delay in the passing of the country’s foreign investment law, numerous global foreign corporate executives and regional businessmen are convening in Myanmar to firm and tie up deals. Keeping in step with the latest reshuffle of key cabinet posts and officials of various sectors, CMT’s 2nd Investment Summit brings top panel in the country’s hot spots including mining, power and electricity, telecommunications, property and agriculture and plantation as well as trading sectors.

The 2nd New Myanmar Investment Summit is to be held in Yangon on October 17-18, 2012 and aims to zoom into details of new found opportunities in the country’s mining ,telecoms, automotive, port and inland shipping plus necessary legal and commercial issues to ensure  success of investor projects.

Two key officials, U Aung Naing Oo, Director General, Directorate of Investment & Company Administration (DICA) with a paper on “Investment Opportunities and Private Sector Development”, and U Maung Maung Win, Director General, Ministry of Finance and Revenue’s Budget Department addressing “Financial & Banking Reforms in Myanmar” will be present at the summit. Senior representatives from Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Mines, Customs Department at the Ministry of Finance and Revenue, Myanmar are also scheduled to brief foreign and local businessmen expected to attend. Other speakers include leading authorities representing the private sector – All Myanmar Investment Partner, VDB Loi, Frost & Sullivan, General Electric, Economically Progressive Ecosystem Development (EcoDev) Group, P&A Asia, Colliers International Thailand and TNS Asia Pacific Pte Ltd.

The summit’s theme “Towards Successful JVs and Financing” aptly defines the event which offer new understanding of key areas including new investment laws, joint ventures, structuring of right business models, the implication of the new foreign investment law for investors, environmental compliance of doing business in Myanmar, land sourcing for industrial, agricultural, hospitality and commercial use, and more.

The summit is preceded by a pre-conference programme on “Myanmar Telecoms Reform Update”, led by experienced telecoms experts. To further complement the main conference is a post-conference workshop entitled “Business Contracts in Myanmar”, conducted by Alessio Polastri, Managing Partner, P&A Asia. Bundle deals to attend the Telecoms reform update, the main summit and the post-conference workshop are available.

Detailed conference information is available at www.cmtevents.com/aboutevent.aspx?ev=12104546&, and enquiries can be forwarded to Ms. Hafizah at Tel. +65 6346 9218.

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With its extensive reforms, Myanmar is attracting substantial foreign investors keen to seize lucrative opportunities in various sectors of the economy. Event organiser Centre for Management Technology (CMT)’s 2nd New Myanmar Investment Summit will spotlight strategies and networking with the movers and shakers in the country said to be the last frontier in Southeast Asia which is the most dynamic region in the world.

Reading Time: 2 minutes

With its extensive reforms, Myanmar is attracting substantial foreign investors keen to seize lucrative opportunities in various sectors of the economy. Event organiser Centre for Management Technology (CMT)’s 2nd New Myanmar Investment Summit will spotlight strategies and networking with the movers and shakers in the country said to be the last frontier in Southeast Asia which is the most dynamic region in the world.

Regardless of the delay in the passing of the country’s foreign investment law, numerous global foreign corporate executives and regional businessmen are convening in Myanmar to firm and tie up deals. Keeping in step with the latest reshuffle of key cabinet posts and officials of various sectors, CMT’s 2nd Investment Summit brings top panel in the country’s hot spots including mining, power and electricity, telecommunications, property and agriculture and plantation as well as trading sectors.

The 2nd New Myanmar Investment Summit is to be held in Yangon on October 17-18, 2012 and aims to zoom into details of new found opportunities in the country’s mining ,telecoms, automotive, port and inland shipping plus necessary legal and commercial issues to ensure  success of investor projects.

Two key officials, U Aung Naing Oo, Director General, Directorate of Investment & Company Administration (DICA) with a paper on “Investment Opportunities and Private Sector Development”, and U Maung Maung Win, Director General, Ministry of Finance and Revenue’s Budget Department addressing “Financial & Banking Reforms in Myanmar” will be present at the summit. Senior representatives from Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Mines, Customs Department at the Ministry of Finance and Revenue, Myanmar are also scheduled to brief foreign and local businessmen expected to attend. Other speakers include leading authorities representing the private sector – All Myanmar Investment Partner, VDB Loi, Frost & Sullivan, General Electric, Economically Progressive Ecosystem Development (EcoDev) Group, P&A Asia, Colliers International Thailand and TNS Asia Pacific Pte Ltd.

The summit’s theme “Towards Successful JVs and Financing” aptly defines the event which offer new understanding of key areas including new investment laws, joint ventures, structuring of right business models, the implication of the new foreign investment law for investors, environmental compliance of doing business in Myanmar, land sourcing for industrial, agricultural, hospitality and commercial use, and more.

The summit is preceded by a pre-conference programme on “Myanmar Telecoms Reform Update”, led by experienced telecoms experts. To further complement the main conference is a post-conference workshop entitled “Business Contracts in Myanmar”, conducted by Alessio Polastri, Managing Partner, P&A Asia. Bundle deals to attend the Telecoms reform update, the main summit and the post-conference workshop are available.

Detailed conference information is available at www.cmtevents.com/aboutevent.aspx?ev=12104546&, and enquiries can be forwarded to Ms. Hafizah at Tel. +65 6346 9218.

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