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AMCHAM is delighted to announce that all our guests of honor have confirmed for the 2017 AMCHAM Business Delegation Trip to Mandalay! We extend invitation to members and non-members to meet with the Mandalay government officials and private sectors to discuss future collaboration to encourage expanded trade and investment with Mandalay.
This year program will feature meetings with H.E. Dr. Zaw Myint Maung, Chief Minister of Mandalay Region, U Ye Lwin, Mayor of Mandalay City Development Committee, U Aung Than, Chair of the Mandalay Region Chamber of Commerce & Industry (MRCC) and their Executive Committee members, and Mandalay Region ministers. The trip will also provide you a networking opportunity with the Mandalay Parliament representatives, ministers in addition to the guests listed above, an exploration trip to Mandalay Myotha Industrial Park and a business matching with MRCC.
Last year AMCHAM Business Mission trip to Nay Pyi Taw was a big success. It was participated by 30 member companies and regional chamber members. Our delegation was able to meet with 11 ministries.
One of the AMCHAM Myanmar's objectives is to provide, on behalf of member companies, consistent advocacy towards both Myanmar and the U.S. governments as necessary.
Date: May 25-26
Registration: Click here.
Accommodations: We encourage participants to stay at Mandalay Hill Resort Hotel as all the events will be held at this hotel. All participants will get special room rates; starting from USD 120++ a night. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for room booking.
Myanmar Visa: Please click here.
About Mandalay: Mandalay is the second-largest city and the last royal capital of Myanmar. Located 716 km (445 miles) north of Yangon on the east bank of the Irrawaddy River, the city has a population of 1,225,553 (2014 census). It has over 20,000 registered businesses, and is a main trading center and transit hub for jade, gems and agricultural products. Its strategic location in the north of the country gives the city a prosperous border trade with China, and India. 75 per cent of businesses in Mandalay are still dependent on agriculture; main products include rice, sugar, and beans, and pulses, which companies generally trade to resellers in Yangon or export to China or India. Mandalay is also an industrial hub. Mandalay’s industrial zones house over 1,100 factories, with most of the companies involved in the production of agricultural products or heavy machinery. Another clear indication of the commercial importance of Mandalay is the fact that all of Myanmar’s 14 private banks have branches in the city. Despite Nay Pyi Taw's recent rise, Mandalay remains Upper Burma's main commercial, educational and health center.
Click here for the short biography of H.E. Dr. Zaw Myint Maung, Chief Minister of Mandalay Region.