Myanmar occupies a critical geo-strategic position in world affairs. It is the meeting point of South Asia, East Asia and Southeast Asia. Myanmar's strategic location vis-à-vis India, cost competitive work force, abundance of natural resources like minerals, energy and forestry, among others, offer the country the potential to become a dynamic economy in the medium term.
Enormous economic, political and social transformations have been sweeping through Myanmar in recent times. Change is happening at a rapid pace in Myanmar. The significant developments in Myanmar’s economic and political landscape have resulted in optimism from the global business community providing immense opportunities for businesses looking to invest in Myanmar. India and Myanmar enjoy cordial relations; and the geographical proximity has facilitated the long relations across the land and sea routes.
After delivering two successful editions of Enterprise India Show in Yangon and one in Mandalay, the fourth edition is being organized in Yangon. Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in close association with the High Commission of India in Yangon, Myanmar is organizing the "4th Enterprise India Show",a complete “An Exclusive Exhibition of Indian Products & Services” in Yangon, Myanmar from 29th October – 1st November, 2015 to be held at Tatmadaw Hall, Yangon supported by the Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India.
a) 4 Day Exhibition
b) Business Meetings & Networking
c) Interaction with Buyers & Key Stakeholders
d) Business & Trade Delegations
e) Seminars & Conferences
f) Cultural & Food Festival
Why Invest in Myanmar
· India’s Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi on a recent visit to Naypyidaw, Capital of Myanmar unveiled India’s new “Act East Policy,” by replacing the existing policy of “Look East” and convinced his Southeast Asian counterparts that India was serious about boosting ties with the region while addressing the gathering at the ASEAN India Summit and laid emphasis on areas of cooperation including Science & Technology, Education, Renewable Energy, Space Science, Disaster Risk Reduction & Response Management, Health including traditional medicine, Climate Change, Environment & Forests, Agriculture & Food Security, Tourism, Skill Development, Cultural Exchange, Technical Knowledge Sharing, Security, Terrorism, Maritime Security.
· Myanmar represents a rapidly growing economy with rising consumption, strategic location and access, rich natural resources (oil, gas, teak, copper and gemstones), biodiversity and an industrious workforce with low wages & offers significant opportunities for trade in goods and services, investment and project exports.
· With bilateral trade at $2.18 billion in 2013-14, India and Myanmar are eyeing $3 billion turnover by 2015 and Indian investments in Myanmar, which amounted to $283 million till 2013, are expected to soar to $2.6 billion over the next few years.
· Myanmar – a Fast & Visible Transition from Military to Democratic Governance, a key factor for a country’s development & leads to moving away from centrally planned superstructure to a market led economy.
· An Environment conducive for business to prosper in peace & normalcy.
· Myanmar’s strategic connectivity to India’s North-East through the land route and maritime connectivity through the Bay of Bengal make it a bridge between India and Asean , which is crucial in the context of our growing engagement with the region. Establishing strong land & sea links between our North-East & Myanmar, would help India & Myanmar have a strong bonding & create gateways for our merchandise exports to Asean countries.
MoUs between India and Myanmar
Various MOUs have been signed between India & Myanmar includes sectors like Agriculture, Food Processing, Information Technology, Education & Training, Border Area Development, Defence, Healthcare, Relief Work during Disaster Management, Infrastructure, Telecom, Oil & Gas, Railways, Power & Energy, Automotive, Skill Development, Cultural Exchange, Trade & Investment, Air Services, Line of Credit, Strategic Partnerships in the recent past to enhance bilateral trade.
Sectors in Focus
· Automotive, Manufacturing & Support
· Agri & Food Processing
· Mining Machinery & Equipments
· Hand Tools & Machine Tools
· Science & Technology
· Power & Energy
· Oil & Gas
· Water & Municipal Waste Management
· Rubber & Packaging
· Paper & Plastics
· Chemicals & Allied Products
· IT & Telecom
· Iron & Steel
· Healthcare & Pharmaceutical
· Consumer Durables
· Leather & Allied Products
· Ayurveda & Herbal
· Textiles & Garments
· Handlooms & Handicrafts
· Banking & Finance
· Hospitality & Tourism
· Education & Training
· Skill Development
· CEOs / Decision-Makers, Buyers & Sourcing personnel, Government officials, Media officials, Ministerial & Trade delegation, Technical Experts, Contractors & Consultants, Dealers & Agents
OPTION I - Standard Package
Ø 09 sqms Built Up Space
Ø Return Air Ticket for Single person in Economy Class (Air Tickets to be issued with a fixed itinerary)
Ø Hotel Accommodation for One person on Twin Sharing Basis for 5 Nights during the event.
Ø 1 CBM/150 KGS of sea freight Free (One way only i.e. India – Yangon (Material to handed over in Mumbai with required documents latest by 20th August 2015)
Ø Airport Transfers are Included in the Financial Package.
Ø Exhibition Transfers from Hotel – Exhibition Venue & Exhibition Venue – Hotel are included with fixed departure & arrival timing
Option II– Raw Space
Option III– Built Up Space
For more information, please visit event website www.cii.in or contact:
Confederation of Indian Industry
Plot No 249 F, Sector 18, Udyog Vihar, Phase IV
Gurgaon - 122015
Haryana – India
Tel : +91 124 4014060-67; Ext :467
Fax : +91 124 4014080