Myanmar’s economy has been on the rise for past few years. The fundamental economic and political reforms, launched in 2011, have reached increased levels of inclusion, openness, and empowerment. And, along with the increased civil liberties came the business opportunities in Myanmar. Myanmar (Burma)has one of the lowest population density stats in the Southeast Asia region. Along with this come the fertilelands and the incredible untapped agricultural potential. The geographical location of Myanmar is right between India and China – two adamant world economies. The country has the real opportunity to become a big regional trading hub. Along with being a mediator, Myanmar can provide a high yield of minerals, agricultural produce, and natural gas.
The economic growth in Myanmar fell to 7% during the last year, because of the 2015 floods. The disaster caused some issues, including household damage, reduced employment, and others." According to Asian Development Bank the medium-term growth projection for Myanmar closes to an average of 8.2% per year.