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Mandalay International Livestock and Agriculture Show 2016 (MILAS 2016) 

       
  

Date:             November 10 - 12, 2016

  
Venue:          Mandalay Hill Resort, Mandalay Myanmar


Organiser:    Silver Sea Media


Tel:               + 95 9 43125185


Email:           events.silversea@gmail.com


Website:       www.mandalayilas2016.com

 

Myanmar is located in the geographically important location. The world's most populated China and India are on the left and right of country.

As the economy of Myanmar recovers from its 2015-2016 supply shock and private investments begin to pick up again, real GDP growth in Myanmar is projected to rise to 7.8% in 2016-2017, and average 8.2% per year over the medium-term.


The agriculture sector is projected to bounce back over the short-term, while investors' demand for services, and infrastructure construction, are expected to be the main drivers of growth.


Mandalay is  top tourist destination in Myanmar and sitting at the junction of ASEAN highway that connecting among ASEAN, China and India. It is the hub of the trade in Myanmar and surrounded by 15 towns /cities which are rely on the trade with. The whole region main business is agriculture and livestock.


Mandalay International Livestock and Agriculture Show will bring the International to understand more about Myanmar's emerging market and get connect with the local top persons.


The Forum "Investing Agriculture and Livestock Sector in Myanmar" will provide detail of the opportunities and challenges to the investors.


 

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