Experts’ advice appreciated in industrial development: Industries chair

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U Aye Tun, chairman of the Myanmar Industries Association, said they sought advice from experts for industrial development.
He said it during his speech at the 28th annual general meeting of the association at Novotel Yangon Max in Yangon on 16 December.
He added: “Our association actively supports the growth of micro, small and medium enterprises across the country. Additionally, we have helped in import licensing and acquiring fuel oils.”
The association is also involved in cut-make-pack businesses, and chemicals and solar industries. The chairman expressed a commitment to driving the association’s growth and advancement.
Yangon Region Economic Affairs Minister U Myo Myint Aung stated: “Given the government’s encouragement of MSMEs and local production, I urge entrepreneurs to harness high technology and explore foreign markets through participation in trade fairs.”
He also highlighted the importance of the association in the country’s industrial sector development.
U Aye Win, President of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, said: “For entrepreneurs, staying updated with the latest technological advancements is crucial for competing effectively on an international scale”.
The association was established in 1993. — TWA/NT

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