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Economy of Myanmar
Myanmar's economy is among the least developed in the region and is essentially agricultural. About 70% of the labor force is employed in agriculture, 7% in industry, and 23% in services.
Since Burma began its transition to a civilian-led government in 2011, the country has embarked on economic reforms to attract foreign investment and integrate into the global economy. The government enacted a new anti-corruption law in September 2013 and granted licenses to 13 foreign banks. In October 2016, Myanmar passed a Foreign Investment Law that consolidates investment regulations and relaxes rules on foreign ownership of companies.
The country's abundant natural resources and young workforce have since attracted foreign investment in the energy, apparel and information technology sectors.
Central Bank of Myanmar
The central bank of Myanmar has its headquarters in Naypyidaw, the country's capital.
Myanma Foreign Trade Bank
The state-owned bank is specialized in foreign banking.
Major Burmese Companies
Asia World Group is the country's largest and most diversified conglomerate with interests in industrial development, construction, transportation, import-export and a local supermarket chain.
Capital Diamond Star Group
CDSG is a diversified business conglomerate in Myanmar with interests in agriculture, food, retail, and real estate.
HTOO is a Burmese Holding Company with investments in trading, construction, aviation, hotels – resorts, agriculture, production, financial services, lifestyle and entertainment & food & beverage sectors.
Myanmar Telecommunication Network Public Company provides various telecommunication services throughout the country.
The brewery of Myanmar lager beer.
Myint & Associates
Service Provider in the Oil & Gas Sector of Myanmar.