(PRWEB) August 21, 2013
[CMT’s 2nd MRES, being held in Yangon from the 30 Sep-01 Oct, 2013, hones in on pivotal issues, critical for investing in Myanmar’s real estate development and property sector.
Myanmar real estate sector is booming as investors respond positively to the country’s economic and political reforms. Burgeoning demand and new opportunities are attracting investments from around the world. The extent of this can be judged by the fact that Yangon enjoys the highest property prices in Southeast Asia. The explosion in tourism is also leading to acute shortage of hotels, residential buildings and mixed-use projects. Apart from new projects, old and existing properties are being refurbished and repositioned for generating incremental revenue.
New at this year’s edition is the spotlight on infrastructure developments, incentives for investments in special economic zones like [Thilawa & Myothar Industrial Zone Park, the landscape of hotels and resorts in key tourist attractions like Mandalay – plus discussions on financing & commercial terms including guidelines on land ownership, and structuring joint venture partnership.
The summit opens with a welcome address by the Chairman of Htoo Group of Companies to be followed by a presentation on ‘Urbanization of Yangon City: Master-plan & Outlook’ by a Senior Official of the Yangon City Development Committee, then another address on ‘Mandalay as a Tourism & Industrial Hub’ by a Senior Official from Mandalay City Development Committee.
Among the industry expert speakers is Mr. Richard Leech, Executive Director (Retail Services) of CB Richard Ellis (Vietnam) Co. Ltd slated to deliver his topic an ‘Retail Sector – Futurescape in Myanmar’. Also on the speaker panel are Mr. Masaki Takahara, Executive Managing Director, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), with a presentation on ‘Infrastructure & Industrial Development: Thilawa Special Economic Zone’, as well as Colliers International Myanmar’s Managing Director, Mr. Tony Picon addressing ‘Service Apartment Landscape in Myanmar’.
Other featured speakers and panelists for the summit include:
Details of the summit can be viewed at http://www.cmtevents.com/aboutevent.aspx?ev=130941. Please contact Ms. Grace at Tel. 65 6346 9147 for enquiries.