There have been a lot of changes in Myanmar in recent times due to Ms Aung San Suu Kyi winning the election and as a result, Myanmar is ripe for overseas investment. The new leader's appointment has confirmed that the country's democratic process is in place
and that the people of the country are enthusiastic about the changes too.
Other countries and entities like the European Union who have endorsed sanctions in the past, are now removed these sanctions and promote trade, opening up negotiations for business and international trade. This bodes exceptionally well for the coming years as the floodgates are opening to new opportunities and overseas investment.
One of the leading companies supporting foreign investments is Grand Waktu, a local
and international corporation, who are opening factories and building plants for international investors. Land and property is currently being bought and contracts coordinated to ensure that every process is overseen and factories are ready for production.