Abundant natural resources supported by a motivated and young population. Strategically located in the centre of Asia, offering direct access to two of the largest markets in the world.
1. Mainland China
5. United States
1. Mainland China
Note: Based on 2019 data
3 Special Economic Zones (SEZs)
Myanmar Investment Law (2016)
Special Economic Zones (SEZs)
Myanmar Companies Act (2017)
Myanmar Sustainable Development Plan (MSDP)
World Economic Outlook (October 2021); World Bank; UNESCO Institute of Statistics; International Labour Organization: Global Wage Report 2020–21: Wages and minimum wages in the time of COVID-19; Asian Development Bank; Directorate of Investment and Company Administration (DICA)
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Thailand’s world-class infrastructure connects the region through air, land, sea and rail.
Export-driven economy strategically located at the heart of Southeast Asia.
Vietnam's young population is key to its economic growth in the coming years.