Naperville, IL -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/23/2012 -- Myanmar (Burma) began taking steps towards development after the new government came into power in March 2011, putting an end to decades of military rule. Under President Thein Sein, the government is unveiling policies to aid the growth and development of the economy, which in the 1950s produced minerals such as lead, zinc and silver but declined under the military regime. The country’s mining sector is dominated by three state-owned enterprises called Mineral Enterprise (ME) 1, 2 and 3.
- The report provides a brief review of Myanmar's (Burma) gradual emergence as a mine producer after the new government came into power in March 2011.
- It provides a brief overview and a SWOT analysis of the country's mining industry, mining laws and a future outlook.
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- Obtain an understanding of Myanmar's mining potential, a SWOT analysis of its mining industry, production of important commodities in 2010 and a summary of the laws governing the industry.
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