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2nd Myanmar Real Estate Summit

Event : 2nd Myanmar Real Estate Summit

Mon, 30/09/2013  
Conducted by : Centre for Management Technology
Contact : Grace Oh

Burgeoning demand, revised regulations and new opportunities are driving Myanmar’s property sector – from refurbished office spaces to serviced apartments to retail outlets. As the country opens up, investments are flowing in to meet the acute shortage of hotels, residential buildings and mixed-use projects 

As Myanmar’s real estate and property development gleams with golden opportunities, have you identified your niche in the market? Are you able to gain access to the extensive land banks? Are you seeking and cementing JV partnerships to develop property in Myanmar? How soon before foreigners be allowed to purchase and own condominium units?

Manage your limitations and challenges ahead with the extensive networking sessions offered with key movers and shakers in the country. Don’t miss out as it’s crucial for your success!

Attend CMT’s 2ndMRES to explore pivotal issues critical for investing in Myanmar’s real estate development and property sector.

Vital Sessions:
• Meet key officials from Mandalay lead by the Chief Minister and Mayor of Mandalay
• Hear from Chairman of Yangon Heritage Trust – Dr. Thant Myint-U on plans to restore Yangon’s heritage buildings and integrating them with modern township
• Infrastructure developments and incentives for investments in special economic zone like Thilawa&Myothar Industrial Zone Park
• Hotels and resorts landscape in key tourist attractions like Mandalay, Ngapali&Bagan including discussions on financing, commercial terms and many more!
• Guidelines on land ownership and structuring joint venture partnership
• Case study on the Junction 8 malls and retail trends in Myanmar by renowned conglomerate ShweTaung Development Co.

Plus many more!

Separately Bookable Workshop:
Part 1: Design & Building Projects in Myanmar
Part 2: Legal & Tax Structure of Major Construction Project


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