REVAMP YOUR BUSINESS PROSPECTS IN MYANMAR’S WATER INDUSTRY

 

Boasting unrivalled growth opportunities, Myanmar’s water supply & treatment industries are ripe for the taking. MYANWATER 2018 Expo – Myanmar’s No.1 International Water Supply & Treatment Exhibition is your chance to be part of the biggest marketing platform of the industry.

The MYANWATER 2018 Expo is scheduled to be held at the MEP, Mindama, Yangon from the 29th November to the 1st of December 2018. With over 1.07 million households using unimproved toilets, nearly 3.1 million households in Myanmar are in critical need of access to improved water sources.

Emerging from the depths of isolation after decades of junta rule, Myanmar is opening the doors to the outside world, driven by the escalating force of the industrial sector.

Recognised since 2013 as Myanmar’s water industry, biggest and most important international exhibition, this platform plays the medium in delivering innovative solutions to meet the country’s increasing demand for water supply, sanitation & industrial wastewater treatment requirements.

Myanmar’s gross domestic product figures for 2017 is reported at 7.7% while 8% is anticipated for 2018, as projected by the Asian Development Bank. This puts the country greatly ahead of all other countries in the Southeast Asia region in terms of economic growth. With a strong leadership under Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s political party, the nation’s population of 54 million people and a large proportion in the working class, the country has a great capacity and capability to maintain its rapid progress.

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16 / 03 / 2018

MYANMAR'S GOAL TO HARMONISE THE HOTEL INDUSTRY, OPENS NUMEROUS BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE WATER & WASTEWATER INDUSTRY

23 / 02 / 2018

SINGAPORE COMPANIES ELIGIBLE FOR UP TO 70% OFF ON PARTICIPATION IN MYANWATER 2018 VIA GOVERMENT GRANT

20 / 02 / 2018

MYANWATER 2018 EXPO ORGANISERS SIGN MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH KEY ASSOCIATION OF MYANMAR'S WATER INDUSTRY

08 / 02 / 2018

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