Myanmar Construction

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To what extent will the development of smart cities have an impact on the economic progress of the ASEAN region, in your opinion?

 

The construction industry is set to become a major growth driver of Myanmar’s economy, as investors flock to capitalise on economic liberalisation and a major public infrastructure programme. The sector has expanded rapidly since 2012, although growth moderated in 2016 as a result of election uncertainty and regulatory reforms. Residential...

 

Since Parliament approved a long-awaited Condominium Law in January 2016, real estate stakeholders have been hoping to see sales surge, with foreigners now permitted to own property for the first time. Implementing the law is proving problematic, however: unclear regulations regarding criteria for condominiums have left investors uncertain,...

Chapter | Construction & Real Estate from The Report: Myanmar 2017

The construction industry is set to become a major growth driver of Myanmar’s economy, as investors look to capitalise on economic liberalisation and a major public infrastructure programme. Residential real estate, particularly affordable housing, will remain the chief engine of growth over the medium term, though a large infrastructure deficit and rising congestion in Yangon should see...

Myanmar today is a country undergoing rapid change, and there is a solid determination among its people and leaders alike to help their country establish an important place at the global political and economic table.

 

Construction activity eased in 2015, as investors awaited the outcome of November’s historic election and the passage of a new law governing the development of condominiums. The law was introduced in Parliament in 2012 and could potentially allow foreigners to buy property in the country for the first time. Despite the political risks, Myanmar...

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