India-Myanmar Multisector B2B Matchmaking was held at the India centre in Yangon on 24 April 2023 in cooperation with the Indian Embassy in Yangon and Global Network International Trade Advisory.
This B2B matchmaking was aimed at building joint ventures between Myanmar businesspersons and Indian partners to work together in pharmaceuticals, hospital services, manufacturing, fibre and garment, construction, food products, information technology, agriculture, sugarcane and sugar production, and energy and banking sectors.
Mr Shri Vinay Kumar, Indian Ambassador to Myanmar, and Mr Naresh Kumar Dinodiya, chair of the India-Myanmar Chamber of Commerce, gave an opening remark respectively.
“This matchmaking will open up opportunities in business, trade and investment and cooperation in manufacturing, food production, garment, pharmaceuticals, health care services and IT,” said U Aye Win, president of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
Mr Jagat Shah elaborated that 25 Indian companies joined this matchmaking to get together in the manufacturing sector. The majority of them are IT companies and pharmaceutical companies. They will pool their resources for long-term growth and create job opportunities.
The business representatives from India explained cooperation matters and invited Myanmar’s entrepreneurs to join hands with them.
UMFCCI’s president U Aye Win, vice-presidents Dr Win Si Thu, U San Lin, general secretary Daw Khine Khine Nwe, joint secretaries and businesspersons from two countries were present at the meeting. — Aik Thon/EM