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 New Myanmar Investment Summit

Event : New Myanmar Investment Summit

Mon, 28/01/2013  
Conducted by : Centre for Management Technology
Contact : Ms Hafizah Adam

 KEY HIGHLIGHTS

Latest on the New Foreign Investment Law:
Analyze and Assess Key Clauses, Implementation Guidelines & Interpretation of Law
Payment & Remittance Systems
Managing Tax Liability & Structure
How to Gain Approval into Restricted Sectors
3 Critical Panel Discussions - Inviting officials and experts on:
Assessing Business Risks & Opportunities under the New Foreign Investment Law
Roundtable Discussion and Q&A Session with DICA
Towards Sustainable Partner- Distributor Relationships
Optional Workshop
Securing Land and Conversion of Land Use
Extensive Networking Opportunities to meet with key officials, JV partners, Investors & Distributors including CEOs, CFOs, Vice Presidents, Directors & Heads of MNCs,  Regional & National Corporations including Heads of Business Development, New Ventures, Finance and In house Legal Counsels, Finance & Tax Senior Executives, 
Commercial Directors and all senior and mid level Managers working on Myanmar initiating or working on Myanmar JVs/Projects/Deals in these industries:
- FMCG
- Lifestyle & Retail
- Logistics & Ports
- Integrated Hospital & Pharma
- Procurement, Construction & Engineering
- Oil & Gas
 
 


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