Vietnam’s Eurowindow plans to invest up to $120m in Myanmar factories

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Eurowindow’s first factory in Myanmar is expected to produce doors and windows while the second factory will manufacture other construction materials.

Myanmar to re-develop six-decade-old Yangon station in $2.5b project

Myanmar last month selected a consortium of local developer Min Dhama Co., Singapore’s Oxley Holdings Ltd. and China’s Sino Great Wall Co. as the preferred bidder for the redevelopment.


Philippine unicorn Revolution Precrafted enters Myanmar in pact with KT Group

It signed a dealership agreement with Yangon-based KT Group to manufacture and supply prefab homes in Myanmar,


Exclusive: Myanmar-focused PE Delta Capital closes $7m funding in Easy Microfinance

Easy Microfinance will use Delta Capital’s investment to accelerate the expansion of its branch network and loan portfolio.


Grab partners with Yoma Strategic for taxi upgrades, financing in Myanmar

Yoma Strategic’s wholly-owned subsidiary Yoma Fleet will provide vehicle leasing and financing options to Grab’s drivers in the country. 


With Yoma Strategic on board, Wave Money Myanmar feels access to capital would be easier

The deal is being seen as a win-win for both. For Yoma Strategic, it means entry into the fintech industry of Myanmar. And, for Wave Money, it translates into access of capital from the SGX-listed firm.


Myanmar: GSMA Innovation Fund awards six-digit grants to New Day, Kargo

The two Myanmar firms were among 24 startups based in 15 markets around Africa and Asia Pacific


Myanmar’s JobNet secures seven-digit US dollar investment

The financing came from a London-based emerging markets-focused fund and Vostok New Ventures, an investment company based in Sweden.


SGX-listed Yoma Strategic buys 34% stake in Myanmar mobile wallet Wave Money

Post acquisition, Wave Money will be owned by Telenor (51%), Yoma Strategic (34%) while FMI and Yoma Bank will hold 10% and 5% respectively.


SGX-listed Memories Group to buy luxury yachting business Burma Boating

The acquisition will enable the Group to extend its earning base, and enhance its portfolio exposure to the growing tourism market in Myanmar.