Your question: What companies have factories in Myanmar?

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What is the biggest company in Myanmar?

Myanmar is a country rich in jade and gems, oil, natural gas and other mineral resources. In 2013, its GDP (nominal) stood at US$56.7 billion and its GDP (PPP) at US$221.5 billion.

Notable firms.

Name Myanmar Airways International
Sector Airlines
Headquarters Yangon
Founded 1993
Notes Airline

What are the key industries in Myanmar?

Main industries of Myanmar

  • agricultural processing.
  • wood and wood products.
  • copper, tin, tungsten, iron.
  • cement, construction materials.
  • pharmaceuticals.
  • fertilizer.
  • petroleum and natural gas.
  • garments.

How many garment factories are there in Myanmar?

Chinese nationals like Li fund nearly a third of Myanmar’s 600 garment factories, according to the Myanmar Garment Manufacturers Association, by far the largest investor group.

Which business is best in Myanmar?

According to the campaign, the 2020 best corporate companies to work in Myanmar are

  • AYA SOMPO Insurance.
  • British American Tobacco Myanmar Ltd.,
  • CANAL+ Myanmar Ltd.,
  • Coca-Cola Pinya Beverages Myanmar Ltd.,
  • Cycle & Carriage Myanmar.
  • Get All Myanmar Co. Ltd.
  • Global Technology Group.
  • Grand Royal Group International Co. Ltd.

What products does Myanmar export?

Oil and natural gas dominate Myanmar’s exports. Other exports include vegetables, wood, fish, clothing, rubber and fruits. Myanmar’s main exports partners are China, India, Japan, South Korea, Germany, Indonesia and Hong Kong.

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What is Myanmar largest export?

Oil and natural gas dominate Myanmar’s exports. Its abundant natural resources, labour force, and proximity to Asia’s dynamic economies have attracted foreign investment in the energy, garment, IT, food and beverages sectors.

What is the industry in Burma?

Most of the industries center around agricultural processing, textiles, footwear, wood and wood products, copper, tin, tungsten, iron, construction materials, petroleum and natural gas, pharmaceuticals, and fertilizers. Cars and television sets are also assembled in the country.