The future market potential of Myanmar lies in the transport, infrastructure and construction sectors.
Chan Mya, MD, Octagon International Services Co. Ltd., Myanmar
In 2011, we received just about 831,000 tourists all over the country. In 2014, we expect to receive about 3 million; now this is a big jump. This is already a very good position for us.
Htay Aung, Minister of Hotels & Tourism, Myanmar
Zawtika Project is the key project for us in Myanmar. We deliver gas for domestic use, of about 50 to 100 million cubic feet per day. We aim to reach Zawtika’s full capacity at 340 million cubic feet per day by March 2014.
Kanok Intharawijitr General Manager, PTTEP International Limited, Myanmar
In 2013, Myanmar set a full process for two telecom service providers to enter the market and this was a major milestone. It was widely acclaimed in the international community. See for yourself, our doors are open.
Myat Hein, Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Myanmar
Ten years from now, the airports of Yangon, Mandalay and Hanthawaddy will be regional hubs, like Thailand and Singapore, because of the geographical location. We are now an internationally recognized country. And that is the greatest pride in my life.
Nyan Htun Aung, Union Minister of Transport, Myanmar
Good CSR involves stakeholder engagement. At MPRL, we spend a lot of time engaging our communities and that involves asking a lot of questions, hearing their needs and wants, and then matching that with our business output.
Original Group was established in 1992-1993 and we begun as a construction business. Our core business is construction. Now, we have expanded our business to include hotels, manufacturing and also banking.
Tha Htay, Chairman, Original Group Company Ltd., Myanmar
Being able to successfully host the 2013 SEA Games and the capacity that we did it and for all the sports that were hosted, I believe this was a huge opportunity for Myanmar and a very significant one, as well as for our company MPRL. Having the opportunity to host the SAE Games was a ‘dream come true’.