New Myanmar

NM

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  • A bi-weekly digest analyzing key developments in Myanmar’s transition
  • Designed for busy decision-makers
  • Community: Subscribers are invited to join a monthly breakfast discussion in Yangon. Occasional roundtables will also be held for subscribers in Singapore and Bangkok

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 New Myanmar is a bi-weekly report providing coverage and in-depth analysis of developments in Myanmar’s transition from military rule and international isolation. The report, delivered to your inbox on Friday afternoons, helps readers better understand the complex process affecting the country’s politics, business and investment climates, its relations with its neighbors and the West, efforts to resolve longstanding ethnic conflicts, and its human rights challenges.

New Myanmar is prepared by our country experts at the Myanmar office of Vriens & Partners, a Singapore-based corporate advisory firm specializing in political risk analysis, government affairs and public policy in Southeast Asia.

The report, now in its fourth year, is based on daily monitoring of a wide range of domestic media reports supplemented and deepened by the team’s exchanges with government and business leaders in Yangon, Naypyitaw, and the region.

Subscribers are invited to participate in a monthly breakfast meeting in Yangon with our Myanmar team, including managing director Nyantha Maw Lin and other political and business analysts. From time to time, we will also schedule roundtable meetings for subscribers in Singapore and Bangkok. Subscribers will be informed each month of the date and time. Subscribers may share New Myanmar with up to 10 members of their team.

We are confident that you will find New Myanmar a valuable addition to your reading list and are pleased to offer a free trial. At your request, we will send you the current issue and one back issue. Please send us an email at newmyanmar@vrienspartners.com to start your free trial or to make any other inquiries.

 

The bi-weekly report, plus the monthly breakfast roundtables, is available at a cost of US$3,000 a year. Payments may be made by bank transfer or cheque to our Singapore office. All fees will be net of bank charges and taxes.

Payment Information

All fees exclude relevant taxes. Vriens & Partners is a GST-registered company in Singapore. All bank charges shall be borne entirely by client; Vriens & Partners shall receive the net amount of the invoice value. Our New Myanmar team will send you a confirmation email once payment has been received. We will issue an invoice upon confirmation of order.

  1. Bank Transfer

Account Name:         Vriens & Partners Pte Ltd

Account Number:     341-900-307-5        (USD)

Bank Name:               United Overseas Bank Ltd

SWIFT Code:           UOVBSGSG

Bank Address:           UOB Holland Road

211 Holland Avenue #01-12

Holland Rd Shopping Centre

Singapore 278967

  1. Cheque

Please make your cheque payable to Vriens & Partners Pte Ltd and mail it to the following address:

Vriens & Partners Pte Ltd

29B Teo Hong Road

Singapore 088335

(Attn: Finance Officer, New Myanmar)