EuroCham Myanmar, in collaboration the European Business Organisation Worldwide Network (EBOWWN) is organising a webinar on the RCEP.
As we look forward to post-pandemic recovery in year 2021, our legal and tax experts will round up the key developments in 2020 and share further developments to look forward to in 2021, as well as what these developments mean for businesses.
In 2020, the potential for agriculture in Myanmar is well established. By its size (25%-40% of GDP, 70% of population) but also by its numerous competitive advantages (e.g. proximity to major economic markets, abundance of land, water, etc.) the sector is full of economic & development promises for Myanmar.
EuroCham Myanmar will organise the General Assembly meeting virtually with the Board of Directors and members on 4th December 2020
Join renowned speakers in policy, clinical practice and the media industry as they discuss: • The barriers to enhanced vaccine confidence in Asia • Multi-sectorial solutions to increasing vaccine confidence in the region • The specific short- and long-term actions different stakeholders can put into action to enhance vaccine confidence
On the road to recovery – Cambodia’s economic outlook for 2021 COVID-19 has had profound socioeconomic impacts worldwide. In Cambodia, current predictions for 2020 of a contraction of 4 % in the national gross domestic product (GDP) contrast with a prior forecast t of 7% growth before the pandemic. However, the Development Outlook update published in September by the Asian Development Bank expects the Cambodian economy to rebound with a 5.9% growth rate and a 1.8% inflation rate in 2021, placing it as the fifth fastest Southeast Asian economy. The enhancement of agricultural performance and increased volume of non-garment manufacturing exports are among explanatory factors.
16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is an international campaign organised by the Business Coalition for Gender Equality (BCGE) to challenge violence against women and girls.
This virtual event proposes to bring together Myanmar policy-makers, international experts, the private sector and civil society to share perspectives and discuss policy options to attract responsible investment that can help foster a sustainable recovery and contribute towards improving the lives of Myanmar people and meeting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The ASEAN-EU Business Summit is back for its 8th edition, slated to be held in Singapore on 19 November 2020. This year's edition follows on from a highly successful run in Thailand 2019 during their ASEAN Chairmanship, graced by ASEAN Ministers, Ambassadors and prominent business leaders who spoke at the event attended by high-level delegates.
The speakers will talk about global and Asia's wide economic trends and their impacts on financial markets