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  US$30 BILLION INDUSTRIAL ZONE TO BE BUILT IN KYAUKPHYU SEZ, MYANMAR  
     
   
     
  A US$30 billion industrial zone is all set to be developed within the Kyaukphyu Special Economic Zone (SEZ), Myanmar, led by China’s CITIC Consortium and a total of 42 private Myanmar companies under the Myanmar Kyaukphyu SEZ Holding Public Company. The Industrial zone will be developed on 2,400 acres of land with a high-end housing project constructed across 1,235 acres. According to Deputy Commerce Minister U Aung Htoo, negotiations are now being held to start the implementation of the first phase of the project at US$1.3 billion. Tenders will be called to carry out social and environmental assessments and geological surveys as part of the development process.

The SEZ is an important asset in the China-Myanmar Economic Corridor, which is part of China’s Belt and Road Initiative, spanning several countries in Asia. It will also be an important connecting point for the high-speed Kunming-Muse-Mandalay-Kyaukphyu railway project. Furthermore, with Yangon’s regional Government signing a concession agreement worth US$750 million to develop a housing and mixed-use project, and many more other developments in the pipeline, there are numerous investment and business opportunities ripe for the taking in Myanmar’s water and wastewater treatment and management industry.

If you are looking for a one-stop marketing platform to meet all your business objectives, MYANWATER 2020 – Myanmar’s Biggest International Water Supply & Treatment Industry Expo is the answer. Held at the Myanmar Expo Hall, in Yangon from 19 -21 November 2020, the Expo will feature a wide range of equipment, technology and supplies showcased by over 200 exhibitors representing 12 countries. Drawing in thousands of industry professionals and trade visitors from all over Myanmar, this is the ultimate avenue to meet with interested buyers and key decision makers.

In order to deal with water pipe leakage and water loss, Myanmar’s Yangon Municipal authorities have planned to privatise the water distribution system. A total of 30 local and foreign companies are seeking investments in the city's water distribution project. The Yangon authorities are raising awareness about systematic water meter installation, dealing with water pipe leakage and water loss in urban water distribution, as well as curbing illegal connections to the water pipe network. This year is the best period to expand your business into Myanmar.

 
     
  Don’t miss out on this amazing business opportunity. Contact Ms. Juju at juju@ambtarsus.com to book your preferred booth location today.  
     
 
   
 
 
     
   
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