Op/Ed by Chris Devonshire-Ellis Myanmar business border relocation options with Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Bangladesh, China and India Wage, trade and incentive comparisons Winding Up a Myanmar Foreign Invested Company
Big questions remain over the prospects for existing and future foreign investment in Myanmar following the coup.
Latest updates on the coup in Myanmar.
Reports from Myanmar today have indicated that a military coup has been underway and that President Win Myint together with the nation’s elected leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, and other high-ranking Government officials.
Myanmar’s government issued Notification 65/2020, which provides several tax relief measures for businesses impacted by the pandemic.
The Japan International Cooperation Agency signed a loan agreement with the government of Myanmar to provide 42.7 billion yen to support SMEs and infrastructure.
The Securities and Exchange Commission of Myanmar (SECM) has allowed resident and non-resident foreigners to participate in securities trading on the Yangon Stock Exchange (YSX).
The RCEP will help boost foreign investment into ASEAN’s lower-wage countries.
Private and public companies in Myanmar are obligated to audit their accounts as well as hold annual general meetings once a year.
Myanmar introduced the 2020 Union Taxation Law, which sets out the latest rates for income tax, gemstone tax, commercial tax, and specific goods tax.