Myanmar Apparel Exports in 2015 (Country Report)

22 April 2016 - Myanmar's apparel exports continued surging in 2015, however at a weaker pace as a result of the fall of the European market. With its very low labour costs, Burma is expected experiencing a surge of its clothing exports in the coming years, having already gained a not so negligible share of the European import market. Our statistical tables provide a comprehensive view of latest export trends with export data over 2010-2015 per destination. Detailed EU and US import data per category of products over full 2014-2015 are also available. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

Myanmar's Clothing Exports Could Rapidly Surge (Country Report)

22 April 2013 - Myanmar's clothing exports are expected surging in coming months and years, as the European Union will now offer a duty-free access under GSP treatment and after Washington lifted its ban on all Burmese products. The poor country has extremely low labor costs but will have to urgently improve transport infrastructure and financial services. Our statistical tables provide a detailed view pf EU clothing imports from Myanmar per product category in last year. Full Report...   Table Of Content...

Burma Back on Global Clothing Market (Country Report)

22 November 2012 - US apparel imports from Myanmar could now boom, after Washington Friday announced it will withdraw its ban over Burmese shipments. In addition, European Union will offer a duty-free access to Burmese products under its GSP regime. The country has a very large workforce with extremely low minimum wage. Whatever poor infrastructure, investment may rapidly flood. Full Report...   Table Of Content...

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Burma's new step towards normalization

6 May 2002 - Burma's authorities Monday released political opponent Aung San Suu Kyi from house arrest. It is not yet clear if economic sanctions will be removed by the EU and the US, however. Full Report...


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