The first phase – Zone A - of Myanmar's Thilawa Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Southeastern Yangon becomes Myanmar's first operational SEZ. It is being implemented in two phases: Phase-1 takes up 211 hectares, while Phase-2 is 184 hectares and is expected to be completed by mid-2016.


2016 GDP growth in ASEAN is projected to be led by Myanmar where the World Bank forecasts growth of 7.8 per cent - a 20 per cent increase over the country’s 2015 growth of 5.8* per cent.   With continued economic reforms and foreign direct investment, the country’s economic prospects look highly favorable for the future.

For ASEAN member countries, 2016 promises a mixed bag with the World Bank forecasting Thailand’s economy to remain on the intensive care list, shrinking  20%  from the 2015 GDP of 2.5* per cent.. This is primarily due to lower domestic consumption, higher household debt and lower export growth.

Intermach Myanmar is part of Intermach Thailand

UBM Asia (Thailand) has excellent relations with local industrial associations, business partners, government  offices, and private agencies in Myanmar. Our international operation provides opportunity to present your products to quality buyers and VIPs from local manufacturers and foreign investors in Myanmar.