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Myanmar International Trade and Investment Summit

Event : Myanmar International Trade and Investment Summit

Mon, 04/03/2013  
Conducted by : Oliver Kinross
Contact : Charlotte Paige-Smith

 Myanmar is predicted high levels of economic growth following its democratic reform.  The two-day summit will feature a multi-streamed Conference covering a multitude of fast growth industry sectors in Myanmar. Networking opportunities will be integrated throughout the two-day event allowing business to interact and build relationships.


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