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    Chinese President Xi Jinping has wrapped up his visit to Myanmar on 18 January with the signing of a few multi-billion dollar infrastructure deals, as part of China’s Belt and Road Initiative, including one particular deal for a strategically important port in the Indian Ocean. This opens up a plethora of new investments and business opportunities for Myanmar’s business and construction industry.  
    Source: https://www.scmp.com/news/china/diplomacy/article/3046694/chinese-president-xi-jinping-wraps-myanmar-visit-string  
    In total, the two countries signed 33 memorandums of understanding, agreements, exchange letters and protocols, 13 of which are related to infrastructure development. Both countries have also agreed to push forward plans to develop the China – Myanmar Economic Corridor, most notably the Kyaukphyu Special Economic Zone along the coast of the Bay of Bengal. China’s huge investments for Myanmar’s infrastructure industry are set to usher in a new era of trade and improve the country’s GDP growth, currently at 6.8% per annum.  
    In light of these developments, 2020 is the ideal period to capitalise on opportunities in Myanmar’s building and construction industry. MYANBUILD 2020 – Myanmar’s No.1 International Building and Exhibition and Conference presents companies and brands a gateway to Myanmar’s booming building and construction market. The Expo will be held at the Myanmar Expo Hall, in Yangon from 19 to 21 November 2020.

Over 250 exhibitors representing 15 countries are expected to join the Industry Show showcasing their latest in building materials to construction equipment upfront to thousands of business owners from all over the country. Find your next supplier, meet manufacturers and service providers, network with key decision makers, and stay up-to-date on emerging trends shaping the building and construction industry. Don’t miss out on this amazing business opportunity.
    Contact Ms. Ei at ei@ambtarsus.com to book your preferred booth location today.