Commerce Ministry holds video conferencing on ‘doing business’ cooperation

The video conference on Doing Business cooperation is in progress at the Ministry of Commerce yesterday.  Photo: mna
The video conference on Doing Business cooperation is in progress at the Ministry of Commerce yesterday.  Photo: MNA

U Aung Htoo, Deputy Minister for Commerce, convened a video conference on Doing Business cooperation with the experts from International Finance Corporation (IFC) and World Bank at the ministry yesterday.
During the meeting, the deputy minister discussed matters related to easing of doing businesses processes during COVID-19, and the Department of Trade’s issuance of licences through online system.
He also says ongoing procedures for Doing Business will be discussed via video conferencing.
The reduction of social interactions is needed to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Therefore, the ministry is easing doing-business procedures.
The economic impacts of the coronavirus in Myanmar will be best responded, said the deputy minister.
Also present at the video-meeting were the ministry’s Directors-General and officials, IFC’s Acting Country Manager Ms Ashani Alles, Senior Private Sector Specialist Mr Jose Ricardo Silva, and Consultant Mr Antony Dickinson, and World Bank’s Senior Economist Mr Faya Hayati.— MNA (Translated by Kyaw Zin Tun)

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