Three invested businesses approved to generate 744 jobs in industrial, agricultural sectors

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The photo catches the archway of Thilawa Special Economic Zone, where numerous multinational companies engaged in investment and operations.

The Myanmar Investment Commission approved three new investment projects that will create 744 local job opportunities in the industrial and agricultural sectors on 1 December.
In the meeting held at the office of the Union Government in Nay Pyi Taw, the Myanmar Investment Commission approved investments amounting to US$0.180 million and more than K300 billion.
Till the end of October 2023, among 52 countries and regions that have invested in Myanmar, the largest investor countries are Singapore, China, and Thailand, respectively.
Among 12 kinds of businesses in Myanmar, 28.49 per cent of the total investment flowed into the energy sector. The investments for oil and natural gas sector accounted for 24.44 per cent and the industrial sector, 14.39 per cent, respectively. — TWA/KZW

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