Myanmar CEO Survey:

The country’s ongoing transition from authoritarianism to democracy will reach its next milestone in 2020, when general elections will be held in union, state and regional legislatures. The polls will take place almost 10 years after Myanmar began the gradual process of opening its economy to the world and granting democratic freedoms to a population that had lived under military rule for some five decades. In OBG’s latest Myanmar CEO Survey, participants of local and international firms are generally positive about the short-term prospects for expansion, with 69% of survey respondents expressing a favourable opinion of business conditions in the year ahead. For more information on the OBG CEO Survey, please visit www.oxfordbusinessgroup.com/ceosurveys.

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