Plans for the Dawei special economic zone have inched ahead after the Burmese government agreed to borrow 4.5 billion baht ($128 million) from Thailand to finance the construction of a road from Dawei’s proposed deep-sea port to Thailand’s Kanchanaburi province.
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Burma’s first special economic zone (SEZ) will become operational in a commercial sense as from the end of June, DPA reported on Thursday, citing the managing director of Myanmar Thilawa[…]
International investors have been invited by the Myanmar Investment Commission to signal their interest in three of Burma’s upcoming special economic Zones: Thilawa, Dawei and Kyaukphyu. At the 11th ASEAN Summit[…]
Two compressed natural gas (CNG) fired power plants,will be built in the initial zone of the Dawei special economic zone (SEZ). This was confirmed by Minister Aye Miyint, who is[…]
The Dawei Special Economic Zone (SEZ) will resume in early November, state-run New Light of Myanmar reported on Friday. London-based consultants Ernst & Young met with Burma’s Ministry of Transport in[…]
Two special economic zones in Chin State will be completed by March 2015, according to a state minister. Speaking to the Myanmar Business Today, Ram Mann, Chin State’s minister for[…]
The master plan for Kyaukphyu Special Economic Zone (SEZ) will be presented to the public next month, Myanmar Business Today have reported. The plan is currently being drafted by Creative Professional Groups, a[…]
Plots of land at the Thilawa Special Economic Zone will go on sale to bidders in early May, but only to businesses which are committed to developing the economic zone[…]
No less than 17 foreign companies are bidding for contracts and land leases at Thilawa Special Economic Zone (SEZ), said Myanmar-Japan Thilawa Development Co Ltd Chairman Takashi Yanai. Speaking at[…]
Following the approval of the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) Law by Burma’s Parliament on 23 Jan, Maung Aung, advisor to the Trade Minister, said the creation of SEZs should be[…]
China’s success story in Shenzhen seen by many as a possible benchmark for new business growth in Burma’s southern Tavoy area