Although Myanmar has been faced with internal conflict, a new long-term economic agenda, alongside rising oil and gas prices and considerable growth in some manufacturing segments, are set to encourage increased foreign direct investment inflows into the country.
New bids for oil and gas exploration and development rights on a series of blocks, along with reforms to joint-venture requirements, are expected to stoke renewed interest in Myanmar’s energy sector and boost investment inflows.
Increased investment in import and distribution capacity should help Myanmar satisfy its growing appetite for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), with the government looking to encourage usage of the fuel as part of plans to direct electricity towards industry.
What steps should be taken to address the information gap on Myanmar’s geological potential?
Stretching from the Himalayas in the north to the Andaman Sea in the south, Myanmar’s diverse terrain offers a wealth of untapped mineral resources. Following the easing of international sanctions and major legal reforms, the authorities now have the opportunity to rehabilitate some of the mines that were neglected during the socialist period...
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