Myanmar Port Officials to Present Expansion Plan in Singapore
Two senior officials from Myanmar MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT will brief participants of the 6th Myanmar Business Conference on Opportunities in Port business and a Shipyard expansion plan respectively.
The 6th Myanmar Business Conference on 16 & 17 July 2012 in Singapore will have 10 Key Myanmar officials speaking on Foreign Investment laws, Condominium laws, legal aspects of doing business in Myanmar, update on Investment climate and opportunities in the specific industries.
U Soe Thein, Deputy Chief Engineer, Myanmar Port Authority will speak on Current situation of Yangon Pro-economic opportunity for port business & relevant law and regulation Current situation, Economic opportunities, Potential Projects, Privatisation, Deep sea port projects, Oil & Gas terminal, Dawei development, Terminal at Thilawa port area.
U Kyaw Kyaw, Assistant General Manager, Myanma Shipyard will inform participants of Investment opportunities for shipbuilding industry in Myanma shipyards – Present capability and capacity, Expansion Plan, Investment Opportunity, etc.
Mr William Tan, the organiser of the 6th Myanmar Business Conference said “Myanmar is ready for business and at the conference many details will be disclosed and participants are expected to follow-up with them directly to pursue their interests.
Speakers will also be discussing the relevant laws that affect the investments of the specific industry concerned.
Other key officials from various ministries will speak on opportunities in Oil & Gas, Hotel & Tourism, Urban Redevelopment, Telecommunication. They will also invite delegates to participate in the development of their industry.
Dredging Today Staff, June 19, 2012