World Bank starts investment survey on Myanmar

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kyat dollarThe World Bank has begun a survey of more than 1300 companies to help identify barriers to doing business in Myanmar, it announced in Yangon on November 25. One of the objectives of the survey is to determine the main obstacles to growth for small businesses, the bank said in a statement.

Other objectives of the survey include identifying the main barriers to exports and determining how productivity and labour costs in Myanmar compare to other countries. The survey of the business environment will involve interviews with almost 1,400 small and large manufacturing and services companies, both domestic and foreign, the statement said.

Survey results and analysis will help inform government policies on promoting investment, productivity and economic growth, it said. The survey is being conducted as part of the bank’s investment climate assessment with funding from the UK Department of International Development (UK Aid). The bank said it has conducted similar surveys in more than 120 countries, including in East and South Asia.

“The recent Doing Business 2014 report provided basic benchmarking of regulations in Myanmar with those in other countries, and the enterprise survey will provide more detailed information,” the statement said.

The bank has contracted MMRD, a leading Myanmar research company to conduct the survey, which began this month and covers Yangon, Mandalay, Monywa, Taunggyi and Bago. Preliminary results of the survey are expected in June 2014.

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The World Bank has begun a survey of more than 1300 companies to help identify barriers to doing business in Myanmar, it announced in Yangon on November 25. One of the objectives of the survey is to determine the main obstacles to growth for small businesses, the bank said in a statement.

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kyat dollarThe World Bank has begun a survey of more than 1300 companies to help identify barriers to doing business in Myanmar, it announced in Yangon on November 25. One of the objectives of the survey is to determine the main obstacles to growth for small businesses, the bank said in a statement.

Other objectives of the survey include identifying the main barriers to exports and determining how productivity and labour costs in Myanmar compare to other countries. The survey of the business environment will involve interviews with almost 1,400 small and large manufacturing and services companies, both domestic and foreign, the statement said.

Survey results and analysis will help inform government policies on promoting investment, productivity and economic growth, it said. The survey is being conducted as part of the bank’s investment climate assessment with funding from the UK Department of International Development (UK Aid). The bank said it has conducted similar surveys in more than 120 countries, including in East and South Asia.

“The recent Doing Business 2014 report provided basic benchmarking of regulations in Myanmar with those in other countries, and the enterprise survey will provide more detailed information,” the statement said.

The bank has contracted MMRD, a leading Myanmar research company to conduct the survey, which began this month and covers Yangon, Mandalay, Monywa, Taunggyi and Bago. Preliminary results of the survey are expected in June 2014.

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