Macau seeks business opportunities in Myanmar

The Macau Myanmar Friendship Association (MMFA) organized a business trip to Yangon and Bagan with the expectation of developing trade relations with the country, TDM reported.
MMFA perceives Myanmar’s new government as promoting a healthy environment for young companies from Macau that wish to expand their businesses to the country. The visit is seen as one step further in Macau’s role as a platform of China’s “one belt, one road” strategy. However, according to Jose Wong, President of MMFA, Myanmar “has a lack of modern facilities.”
Wong acknowledged the fact that Macau, through its three tertiary educational institutes, is accepting students from Myanmar, with the schools providing scholarships to these students. He noted that MMFA will talk with Aung San Suu Kyi, the newly appointed Myanmar Minister of Education.
Officials from the Chinese embassy in Myanmar have already met with the MMFA. According to the Chinese ambassador, Chen Chen, “Myanmar has been full of great opportunities since the reform.” Chen also claimed that, by supporting the development of Myanmar, China’s main goal is simply to “advance the country.” Chen noted that China is also encouraging Myanmar to ease its policies towards expatriates. “The Myanmar government can avail [itself of] the services offered by Chinese expatriated human resources,” concluded Chen.
Source: macaudailytimes

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