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Myanmar

PPP Projects in Infrastructure

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Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Viettel 4G Network ICT 2017 $1,500.00
Shweli River Cascade 1 Hydropower Station Electricity 2006 $414.10
Yadana Gas Pipeline Natural Gas 1995 $394.00
Yetagun Gas Pipeline Natural Gas 1997 $325.00
Myingyan Gas-Fired Power Plant Electricity 2017 $315.00
Minbu Solar Power Plant Electricity 2018 $293.00
Ahlone Power Plant Electricity 2013 $170.00
Nanli 1-2 Hydropower Station Electricity 2006 $142.00
International Bulk Terminal Thilawa Ports 2018 $59.00
Thilawa Ports 1996 $50.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Minbu Solar Power Plant Electricity 2018 $293.00
International Bulk Terminal Thilawa Ports 2018 $59.00
Yangon and Mandalay dry ports Ports 2018 $45.00
Viettel 4G Network ICT 2017 $1,500.00
Myingyan Gas-Fired Power Plant Electricity 2017 $315.00
Ahlone Power Plant Electricity 2013 $170.00
Shweli River Cascade 1 Hydropower Station Electricity 2006 $414.10
Nanli 1-2 Hydropower Station Electricity 2006 $142.00
Yetagun Gas Pipeline Natural Gas 1997 $325.00
Thilawa Ports 1996 $50.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Viettel 4G Network ICT 2017 $1,500.00
Shweli River Cascade 1 Hydropower Station Electricity 2006 $414.10
Yadana Gas Pipeline Natural Gas 1995 $394.00
Yetagun Gas Pipeline Natural Gas 1997 $325.00
Myingyan Gas-Fired Power Plant Electricity 2017 $315.00
Minbu Solar Power Plant Electricity 2018 $293.00
Ahlone Power Plant Electricity 2013 $170.00
Nanli 1-2 Hydropower Station Electricity 2006 $142.00
International Bulk Terminal Thilawa Ports 2018 $59.00
Thilawa Ports 1996 $50.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Minbu Solar Power Plant Electricity 2018 $293.00
International Bulk Terminal Thilawa Ports 2018 $59.00
Yangon and Mandalay dry ports Ports 2018 $45.00
Viettel 4G Network ICT 2017 $1,500.00
Myingyan Gas-Fired Power Plant Electricity 2017 $315.00
Ahlone Power Plant Electricity 2013 $170.00
Shweli River Cascade 1 Hydropower Station Electricity 2006 $414.10
Nanli 1-2 Hydropower Station Electricity 2006 $142.00
Yetagun Gas Pipeline Natural Gas 1997 $325.00
Thilawa Ports 1996 $50.00

Infrastructure Indicators

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GCI Infrastructure Score

The Global Competitiveness Index (GCI)  is published in the Global Competitiveness Report and assesses the competitiveness landscape of 140 economies. The GCI Infrastructure Score is a component of the overall index and covers transport, electricity and telephony infrastructure. 

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2.09/7

GCI Score as of 2017-2018
GCI Infrastructure Score 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Resources

    • 2014
    • Tenzin Norbhu
    • World Bank Group (WBG)

    Myanmar Connected

    The Liberalization of Myanmar's Telecom Sector

    From Handshake Issue #15: Connectivity Political and social transformations in Myanmar have made possible reform of the country’s telecommunications sector. Liberalization has allowed a country with the lowest rates of telecom penetration to leapfrog into the digital age. In February 2012, it cost $300 to buy a mobile SIM card anywhere in Myanmar—that is, if such a rare find made itself available. But just over two years later, in September 2014, you could easily purchase one for $1.50—and have your choice from among three operators.

    • 2015
    • PPIAF, World Bank Group (WBG)

    Myanmar: Telecommunications Reform

    PPP Briefs

    The Republic of the Union of Myanmar (Myanmar) is one of the largest and poorest countries in the South East Asian region. The country recently emerged out of 60 years of conflict with run-down infrastructure from years of civil unrest. The government has embarked on a long-term transition from an authoritarian military system to democratic governance; from a centrally directed economy to market oriented reforms; and from years of strife to peace. Since the Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) sector— and telecommunications operators specializing in mobile telephony—tend to be the first to arrive in post-conflict settings, it is important that government reforms and regulatory approaches facilitate these investments and begin...

    • 2016
    • Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

    Financing Infrastructure Development and Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Framework for Myanmar

    This document was prepared as part of the activities under the DICA-JICA Discussion Series on PPP for Infrastructure. The objective of the series is to promote PPP related actions outlined in the 2014 Long-term Foreign Direct Investment Promotion Plan (FDIPP) of the Directorate of Investment and Company Administration (DICA). 

Date last reviewed: December 21, 2016

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