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Seminar on Innovation and Young Entrepreneurship for regional development held in Nay Pyi Taw

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Deputy Minister for Industry Dr Min Ye Paing Hein delivers the speech at the Seminar on Innovation and Young Entrepreneurship for the regional development in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday. Photo: ko htein

Deputy Minister of Industry Dr Min Ye Paing Hein said Myanmar’s economy has the better chances of development as the third of the nation’s population is youth. He made the remark at the opening ceremony of Seminar on Innovation and Young Entrepreneurship for the regional development
(Mekong –Lancang Coorperation) in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
At the event, Deputy Minister urged youth entrepreneurs to take advantage of the country’s geopolitics to overcome challenges of the
country.
He added that the seminar aim at raising entrepreneurs of all age group and create regional network.
He also pointed out the need for MSMEs to be competition oriented as creativity plays a major role.
He expressed his belief that new experience and ideas can stem from exchanging knowledge. He concluded urging regional youth to exchange views.
Then, Counsellor Ms Yang Chengcheng, and Vice Chairman of Nation Coordination Unit, Deputy Director General U Win Zayer Tun delivered their key-note speeches. It was reported that the seminar held by the network of business people from 6 countries for the development of youth entrepreneurs. They also aim at developing a thesis on international knowledge concerning new changes.
The seminar will be held from September 1st to 4th. It is being attended by entrepreneur youth from the People’s Republic of China, Cambodia, Laos, Viet Nam and Thailand, representatives from related departments, Myanmar Youth entrepreneurs, official from SME department responsible for development of small and medium enterprises in regions and states.—Han Lin Naing (Translated by Alphonsus)

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