08Jul
Update on Rules and Regulations for Imported Goods

Update on Rules and Regulations for Imported Goods

On July 8th, 2020, Dr. Than Myint, Union Minister of the Ministry of Commerce issued the following order notification on Import License required items: The Ministry of Planning, Finance and Industry on 20th August 2019, in alignment with the Customs Warehousing Procedures modified the Paragraph 74 ... Read More
02Jul
Myanmar Insolvency Regime: A Holistic Picture

Myanmar Insolvency Regime: A Holistic Picture

On 2nd July 2020, EuroCham Myanmar organised a Legal & Tax online talk focusing on the newly enacted Insolvency law.On that occasion, DFDL gave a presentation on the law structure and proceedings. This introducing was followed-up by a panel discussion, moderated by DFDL and joined by Ankit Dohare, ... Read More
01Jul
Announcement of the Date for the Import Protection Law to Take Effect

Announcement of the Date for the Import Protection Law to Take Effect

On 1st July 2020, the Presidential Office announced that the Import Protection Law will take effect on 1st July 2021.The main objective of this law is to protect domestic production against potential damages from an increased quantity of imports and to facilitate fair competition for the domestic ... Read More
01Jul
Announcement of General Democratic Parties Elections Date for respective parliaments

Announcement of General Democratic Parties Elections Date for respective parliaments

The Union Election Commission, under the authority of Republic of the Union of Myanmar’s Constitutional Law (2008)  article 399(a) and the Union Election Law article 10, announces that the general democratic elections for respective parliaments shall be held on November 8, 2020 (8th day after ... Read More
28Jun
World Bank’s Myanmar Economic Monitor 2020

World Bank’s Myanmar Economic Monitor 2020





The global COVID-19 pandemic is dealing a severe blow to Myanmar’s economy. Economic growth in a baseline scenario is projected to drop from 6.8 percent in FY18/19 to just 0.5 percent in FY2019/20, according to the World Bank’s Myanmar Economic Monitor, released on 28th June. ... Read More