Exporting to Myanmar
Thinking about exporting your products and services to Myanmar? Do you need to advise your clients on international trade? Find guides and trade forecasts, check the economic and political outlook, and get expert help for your research from the ICAEW Library.
Exporting to Burma (also known as Myanmar)
Department for International Trade
Regularly updated guide for British companies looking to do business in this country. The guide offers an export overview and highlights the challenges and opportunities for UK businesses in Myanmar. It also gives guidance on start-up issues, legal considerations, tax, customs and entry requirements.
Summary of trade between the EU and Myanmar, with statistics on trade in goods and services and foreign direct investment. It describes trade agreements or relationships with the EU and points to the rules and requirements for trading with Myanmar.
Economic and political outlookBrowse the latest summaries, profiles and news updates on current economic and political conditions, future trends and forecasts.
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EIU country profile: Myanmar
Economist Intelligence Unit
Up-to-date highlights covering the economy, political outlook, credit risk, regulatory assessment, business environment and key industry sectors.
On our Doing Business in Myanmar page you can find information on the business environment, local law and support networks.
We can provide ICAEW members with financial data and reports for companies in this country through our company research service.
Myanmar: Economic indicators
Information, including historical data, for a range of economic indicators, exchange rates, stock market indexes, government bond yields and commodity prices. Data is based on official sources, and facts are regularly checked for inconsistencies.
Risk and insolvency
Economic studies: Myanmar
Profile regularly updated by the credit insurance group. It gives a general risk assessment alongside major macro-economic indicators.
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