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► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs As Myanmar emerges from decades of economic isolation, some are betting on the country's growth and starting up new businesses. The FT meets two entrepreneurs in Yangon. ► FT World News: http://bit.ly/1Exp0iJ ► FT Business: http://bit.ly/1KUK08s For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
Go to Part 2 video at http://youtu.be/bLCMJ8Y6IhA http://consult-myanmar.com The title for this PowerPoint presentation was based on the remit chosen by the National University of Singapore MBA Study Group a month before they visited my office in Yangon on 24th September 2013. As I am an alumnus of NUS the business school contacted me a month before their visit to Yangon. I originally wanted to put the presentation on Slideshare -- however when I looked at the presentation 60% of the information are in the speaker's note and if you view the presentation as a slideshow alone it does not really make sense. As many people are now using smart phone and tablet to surf the net I decided to spend a few days to put the PowerPoint presentation as a YouTube video with proper voice over and ...
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What are “ah-nar-dare” and “ya-bar-dare”? Find out in this incredibly funny and insightful talk where investor Thura Ko Ko shares his observations on Myanmar’s business culture as the country opens up from five decades of isolation. Thura left his home country as a boy, growing up in the UK and pursuing a global career as an investment banker. Now back to his native land, his observations as an insider-outsider are poignant and informative, drawing laughter and applause from the delighted audience. Thura Ko Ko is the managing director of YGA Capital, a Myanmar advisory company focused on identifying and investing in attractive growth opportunities in Myanmar. Prior to returning to Myanmar in 2010, Mr. Ko worked for over 12 years in global investment banking and private equity fir...
BBC World News presenter Babita Sharma explored the challenges for business looking towards Burma for new opportunities there. She spoke to the BBC's Chief Business correspondent, Linda Yueh, and to Dan Slater, a British businessman based in Tokyo who has just returned from a trip to Burma. #bbcimpact
The Asia Development Bank estimates that Burma's income per capita could increase six fold by 2030. And another report from a wealth intelligence firm predicts that the country's economic growth will outpace that of all other nations. Banyol Kong Janoi takes a look at the country's emerging new rich in the business capital, Rangon.
After 50 years of isolation under military rule, Myanmar's economy has been slowly opening up in the past few years. That may pick up pace now that Aung San Suu Kyi's party has won the election. Nyo Myint, Senior Managing Director of KBZ Group, and Zaw Lin Aung, Deputy Managing Director of KBZ Bank, say that now is the time to invest – before Myanmar's new ASEAN partners take the opportunities for themselves. For a full transcript visit: http://www.worldfinance.com/videos/kbz-group-dont-wait-too-long-to-invest-in-myanmars-growth For more World Finance videos go to http://www.worldfinance.com/videos/
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Khoo Kay Peng of i3m Group answers our questions about Burma (Myanmar) and the new influx of businesses and foreign investors in the country. Burma is also making plans for its airports, border crossing, and a new deep-sea port. This also means more competition for Thailand. http://www.thailawforum.com http://www.thailand-lawyer.com
Subscribe and visit our web-page: http://www.us-television.tv/ ! Following a successful democratic political election in November 2015, Myanmar is busy preparing itself to make the political, economic, social and legal changes that will continue to ensure the sustainable development of its economy. Foreign participation has grown to unprecedented levels as international companies compete for investment opportunities in one of the newest and most promising economies of Asia. Introduction. Myanmar, also popularly known as Burma, has historical roots that stretch back into antiquity. Situated in South East Asia, at an intersection between India and China, it is a largely rural, thickly forested country. Famous for its Buddhist pagodas, it has become a place of pilgrimage for worshippers...
Call on US corporations to respect human rights in Myanmar: http://amnestyusa.org/riskybusiness In this clip from Amnesty's historic Rights Generation event with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the Burmese freedom fighter speaks with host Alex Wagner of MSNBC's Now with Alex Wagner and Amnesty International USA's executive director Suzanne Nossel about how businesses can act responsibly now that US sanctions have been lifted and Myanmar (Burma) is open for business. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/CETS/
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The hair trading business in Rangoon is quickly developing. Many buyers and exporters are earning a steady profit. Often women cut their hair to support their families. But increasingly, hair is being donated and the money is used to build bridges, roads or fund social activities for local people. The hair is exported to China, India and Korea to be made into wigs or extensions.
Along the muddy river bank hundreds of men pack down under small plastic sheets to avoid the direct sun and to take respite from the 38 degree heat. The men cram into the small bamboo shops beside the muddy river. The valley and river littered with generators and large hoses that the miners use in their hunt for gold. It is Sunday and the workers are having a break from work. In this remote area of Karen State almost everything is available -- phone calls, money transfers, food, clothing, alcohol, electronics, machinery and there is even the Internet. Thousands of people from all over Burma flood into the Baw Lu stream that links to Tenasserim River, in Southern Burma, to seek their fortunes from digging gold... Read more: http://karennews.org/2013/05/gold-mining-a-business-of-mixed-for...
In Burma, workers are building one of the most lucrative foreign-funded development projects in the country's history. Twin oil and gas pipelines will stretch from Burma's west coast to its northeast border and into energy-hungry China. They are expected to earn Burma about $1 billion per year, but, as VOA's Daniel Schearf reports from Mandalay, not everyone is a supporter.
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Two monks dressed in red robes brawl on a busy road in Burma Ommbelievable! Buddhist monk whacks another with an umbrella during roadside brawl in Burma The two monks had just got off a bus as they walked in Yangoon, Burma on July 4 As they walk along arguing, one of the monks uses his umbrella to hit the other One is pushed to the ground, causing his maroon-coloured robes to fall off ===== Like This video. ===== Subscribe our channel ===== Share this video Like us on facebook : https://www.facebook.com/ARichest-312931315818015/ Follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/aRichestYT Follow us on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/arichestofficial/
Two monks dressed in robes brawl on a busy road in Burma