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FIEO's Multi Product Business Delegation to Myanmar, February 2020
FIEO's Multi Product Business Delegation to Myanmar, February 2020
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We are pleased to inform you that FIEO is proposing to take a Multi-Product Business Delegation to Myanmar in the month of February, 2020. The objective of the delegation is to boost India’s exports to the country and interact with the prospective buyers through focused B2B Meets.

Myanmar is the gateway to India’s Act East Policy. Being a part of CLMV (Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar & Vietnam), trade integration with Myanmar is an important part of India’s future regional & international trade strategy. India is the fifth largest trade partner of Myanmar as o­n March 2018. With the opening up of Myanmar’s economy, there is a huge potential for bilateral trade, investment and other forms of economic cooperation with Myanmar. 
 
The trade and economic relations between India and Myanmar have seen a rapid growth in the last few years. India’s total trade with Myanmar reached 1205.62 USD million in 2018-19 which has seen a growth of 24.78% from the preceding year i.e 2017-18. 

The focused sectors of the delegation will be pharmaceuticals, agricultural machinery, agro chemicals, electrical goods, iron & steel, pulses and beans, IT related products & services.

Connecting with ASEAN is o­ne of the strategic priorities of India. Four North-Eastern states of India viz. Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh share borders with Myanmar. The proposed India-Myanmar-Thailand Trilateral Highway will start from Moreh (Manipur) in India and will pass through Mandalay & Yangon in Myanmar. This will enhance the land connectivity between the two countries.


Over the years, not o­nly trade but investment between India and Myanmar is also growing. India is presently the 11th largest investor with an approved investment of US 763.567 million by 30 Indian enterprises. Most of the investments have been in the oil and gas sector. State Bank of India, EXIM Bank, United Bank of India and Bank of India have representative offices in Yangon. 

In case you are interested to be a part of the business delegation, kindly send us your Expression of Interest as per the attached form. It may be apprised that participation cost will be informed to the interested participants shortly. In case of any further details/queries you may contact FIEO at Tel: 033-40084890/91; E-mail: fieoer@fieo.org .
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We are pleased to inform you that FIEO is proposing to take a Multi-Product Business Delegation to Myanmar in the month of February, 2020. The objective of the delegation is to boost India’s exports to the country and interact with the prospective buyers through focused B2B Meets.

Myanmar is the gateway to India’s Act East Policy. Being a part of CLMV (Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar & Vietnam), trade integration with Myanmar is an important part of India’s future regional & international trade strategy. India is the fifth largest trade partner of Myanmar as o­n March 2018. With the opening up of Myanmar’s economy, there is a huge potential for bilateral trade, investment and other forms of economic cooperation with Myanmar. 
 
The trade and economic relations between India and Myanmar have seen a rapid growth in the last few years. India’s total trade with Myanmar reached 1205.62 USD million in 2018-19 which has seen a growth of 24.78% from the preceding year i.e 2017-18. 

The focused sectors of the delegation will be pharmaceuticals, agricultural machinery, agro chemicals, electrical goods, iron & steel, pulses and beans, IT related products & services.

Connecting with ASEAN is o­ne of the strategic priorities of India. Four North-Eastern states of India viz. Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh share borders with Myanmar. The proposed India-Myanmar-Thailand Trilateral Highway will start from Moreh (Manipur) in India and will pass through Mandalay & Yangon in Myanmar. This will enhance the land connectivity between the two countries.


Over the years, not o­nly trade but investment between India and Myanmar is also growing. India is presently the 11th largest investor with an approved investment of US 763.567 million by 30 Indian enterprises. Most of the investments have been in the oil and gas sector. State Bank of India, EXIM Bank, United Bank of India and Bank of India have representative offices in Yangon. 

In case you are interested to be a part of the business delegation, kindly send us your Expression of Interest as per the attached form. It may be apprised that participation cost will be informed to the interested participants shortly. In case of any further details/queries you may contact FIEO at Tel: 033-40084890/91; E-mail: fieoer@fieo.org .
  
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Contact Name: Mr Suman Kumar Mukhopadhyay,Regional Head  
Contact Number: 91-33-40084890/91  
Contact Fax: 91-33-22805781  
Contact Email: fieoer@fieo.org  
Contact Address: Federation of Indian Export Organisations, Eastern Region, 42A Shakespeare Sarani,Express Towers,6th Floor, Kolkata 700017  



 
 
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