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Myanmar Coup 2021

Sanli's Myanmar operations disrupted due to political situation

Myanmar military declared martial law in Yangon on Mar 14.

ETC Singapore to ally with Yoma Bank in Myanmar Golden City project

SINGAPORE (Oct 2): Emerging Towns & Cities Singapore (ETC Singapore) has entered into a strategic partnership with Yoma Bank to provide affordable financing to Myanmar citizens for its flagship Golden City project in Yangon, Myanmar

Broker's Calls

Why RHB likes Emerging Towns & Cities

SINGAPORE (June 13): RHB likes Emerging Towns & Cities Singapore (ETC), a niche developer currently focusing on development projects in Myanmar and China.

SC Auto sets up $30 mil overseas facility in Myanmar with IE Singapore support

SINGAPORE (June 12): SC Auto, Singapore’s largest bus manufacturer, announced today it will be setting up its first overseas facility in Yangon, Myanmar, worth $30 million.

How 10 urban cities including Singapore found ways around their transport & mobility challenges

SINGAPORE (June 6): In its third initiative with the Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC), the Urban Land Institute (ULI) today announced the launch of a new report at the 2017 ULI Asia-Pacific Summit in Singapore.

Yoma subsidiary launches JCB heavy equipment products in Yangon

SINGAPORE (May 18): Yoma Strategic’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Convenience Prosperity Company Limited (CPCL), has launched its JCB construction equipment products in Yangon.

Broker's Calls

Here’s why OCBC likes Singapore Myanmar Investco’s new Yangon venture

SINGAPORE (April 7): OCBC Investment Research is keeping its “buy” call on Singapore Myanmar Investco (SMI) with an unchanged target price of 97 cents.

ETC’s corporate turnaround strategy bearing fruit in Yangon

SINGAPORE (March 30): OCBC expects additional acquisitions from Emerging Towns & Cities (ETC) within the next year as the group continues to prospect for quality assets in countries including other parts of Asean.
Yoma Executive Director Cyrus Pun

Myanmar luxury property reels from foreign-buyer confusion

SINGAPORE (March 23): Confusion over a law allowing foreigners to buy condominiums in  Myanmar is prolonging a slowdown in its residential property sector, highlighting the challenges of regulatory flux in the frontier market.

Navigating Myanmar’s new business landscape

SINGAPORE (Nov 1): As Myanmar undergoes a democratic transition, three trends are emerging from its new investment landscape under the new government, says OCBC in a report, This includes the Myanmar Investment Law which could be a game changer for busine