Building New Cities and Infrastructure

Building & Construction Myanmar 2017 will return for its 5th edition taking place 12th to 14th October at MEP at Mindama, Yangon. Last year, Building & Construction Myanmar attracted 183 exhibitors from 21 countries, 5 international pavilions and 3,402 trade visitors reaffirming Building & Construction Myanmar’s position as the largest, leading and most international industry trade event for Myanmar’s developing building and construction industries.

Myanmar’s potential for growth and development is unprecendented. With five years of growth in foreign trade and investment already under its belt, and with new government in place, Myanmar’s infrastructure is long overdue rapid expansion, development and modernisation. New and upgrading projects are in the pipeline and have started creating high demand for power, machines, new technology and materials, new skills and best practices.

Sanctions have been lifted and Myanmar will increasingly become more and more integrated into the regional and global economy, and continue to prove an attractive destination for increasing amounts of both local and foreign investment. Economists predict Myanmar’s economy to grow between 6.15 to 8.2% pa over the coming years. Myanmar has a bright investment and development future as one of Asia’s shining stars.

Building & Construction Myanmar is supported by the leading industry associations including Myanmar Construction Entrepreneurs Association (MCEA), The Union of Myanmar Federation of Chamber of Commerce (UMFCCI), Myanmar Industries Association (MIA), Myanmar Federation of Mining Association (MFMA), Myanmar Engineering Society (MES), Renewable Energy Association of Myanmar (REAM), Yangon Electricity Supply Corporation (YESC) and strongly acknowledged by the Ministry of Construction, Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Electric Power & Energy and Ministry of Resources and Environmental Conservation.

Building & Construction Myanmar is co-located with Electric Power & Renewable Energy Myanmar and Mining Myanmar. As these exhibitions link these 3 important industries together for the benefit of exhibitors, visitors and industry for Myanmar’s emerging economy.

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CPMM 2016 Facts & Figures

Trade Visitors

3,402

No. of Participants

183

Exhibiting Countries

21

Exhibition Area (sqm.)

6,100