IGE’s participation means strengthen the business development in Myanmar
The Chairman of IGE Group attended the forum which aims at providing a platform for the government officials and representatives from local and international business groups to explore and discuss about the investment opportunities in Myanmar and met with local and international business groups. Yangon-based IGE Group is one of the leading business companies in Myanmar and exhibited its goods and services at the Myanmar Investment Forum 2017 which was held at the MICC II, Nay Pyi Taw on 6-7 June, 2017, attended by more than 100 economic organizations, 90 foreign enterprises and nearly 200 Myanmar business people. Hundreds of foreign investors visited IGE’s booth at where current projects, successfully implemented projects and the services of the company were displayed. The company’s representatives also clarified the questions by the visitors about all IGE’s goods and services. At the two-day investment forum, Vice President U Myint Swe stressed at the opening session that foreign investment has become the main driver to promote the inflow of much-needed foreign capital in the country.
“We need perfect policies for business development. Now, we have better law and regulatory for investment and business process; the government had already renewed for us. We still need to develop required infrastructure and we all have to work together to fulfill this. We also need to provide job opportunities for our people. These are the main points for business development,” said U Khin Maung Aye, Chairman of Myanmar Investors Development Association (MIDA) which organized the event. The event created business networking opportunity to all the participants from local and international and reaffirmed the government’s commitment to all the investors. During the event, local and international business experts both from government and private sectors discussed about current investment situation and possible investment opportunities, regulatory and legal framework in Myanmar.