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Years of economic sanctions and ineffective management have pushed Myanmar's
furniture industry to severe underdevelopment. Unable to keep profitability up
as a result of these difficulties, many suppliers have stopped exporting or shut
down altogether in recent years.
Reforms to the country’s political and economic systems, however, are expected
to reverse the status quo. Changing to a democratic form of government, the
nation has benefited from eased restrictions and is confident of attracting an
influx of fresh capital from foreign investors within the next few years.
These developments are also seen to favorably affect the furniture sector as
makers are expected to be granted entry once again to key markets in the West.
The removal of impediments to the local use of the US dollar is also regarded as
a boost to the industry.
What you'll get
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3
Objective, methodology & scope
INDUSTRY OVERVIEW 11
Products & prices 14
Production & export statistics
Typical parts & components
Supplier survey 20
SUPPLIER PROFILES 23
Supplier matrix: Comparison of supplier location,
sales revenue & export capability
Profi les of 25 verifi ed suppliers
PRODUCT GALLERY 73
Living room furniture
Dining & kitchen furniture
CONTACT DETAILS 103