With leadership of Myanmar moving from a military dictatorship to a stable democracy, economic activity has resumed and foreign ventures are rapidly increasing. As a result of the 2015 general elections, democratization of the government is expected to increase. With a vibrant workforce and rich resources, Myanmar is sometimes referred to as ‘Asia’s Last Frontier,’ with its long-term potential economic power highly anticipated.
However, the fact is that Myanmar is hindered by laws that are inadequate and/or lacking. It is expected that in fields such as Company, Intellectual Property, Competition and Arbitration, laws will be rewritten and/or established over the next few years.
At One Asia Myanmar, we conduct research into the direction that law reforms will take. We offer practical advice that accounts for gaps in the law, advice a that is current regarding the application of the existing laws, advice that also takes into consideration the impact of possible future legal regulation. Lead by our managing Japanese partner, together with our experienced local staff, we provide Myanmar’s best possible legal services.
Contact (English and Japanese)
- #1603-#1604, 12th Floor, Sakura Tower, 339 Bogyoke Aung, San Road, Kyauktada Township, Yangon, Myanmar