The World Bank has fully reengaged with the Government to support reforms that will benefit all of the people of Myanmar, including the poor and vulnerable. Comparable country data for Myanmar can't be provided at this time... Read More »
November 6, 2013 — Economic growth in 2012/13 was strong at 6.5%. It was driven mainly by strong performance in gas production, services, construction, foreign direct investment, and commodity exports.Read More »
October 12, 2013 — WBG President Jim Yong Kim and Myanmar’s Minister of Finance, U Win Shein, and World Bank’s East Asia Pacific Regional Vice President Axel van Trotsenburg signed a $140 million credit agreement to support the installation of a 106 mw electricity power plant.Read More »
Myanmar: Commitments by Fiscal Year (in millions of dollars)*
*Amounts include IBRD and IDA commitments
Comparable country data for Myanmar can't be provided at this time. The World Bank and other agencies are re-engaging with the Myanmar government and will support Myanmar in its effort to address the scarcity of reliable data for the country.
The Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency, part of the World Bank Group, explains to the WSJ the agency’s broader strategy for Myanmar and how it plans to support investors eager to enter the country.