On Tuesday, 25-3-2015 the Asian Development Bank has forecasted that the economic growth in Myanmar will increase in an around 8% in the next two years.
According to the ADB –The Mynanmar is popular on the basis of its political and economic changes. The rule of the military has come to an end on the half century, 2011 and the growth of 7.7 % examined in the year 2011 came up to 8.3% in the 12 months to March concerned as the fiscal year.
Looking forward to the current scenario and the growth rate of the economy, it is estimated that in the fiscal year 2016, the GDP (gross domestic product) will remain somehow close to it.
As we know that Myanmar is going to have an essential election period in November there is a possibility to remove away the present government with the support of the Aung San Suu Kyi’s the opposition politician.
The Peter Brimble (Principal Country Specialist at Asian Development Bank Myanmar Resident Mission) said that – “We hope that the reform momentum does not slow down too much in the lead-up to those elections”. And it has been assumed that the polls relating to the project will be calm. The other impressive quote well said by the P. Brimble is – “If something happens that would lead to some instability or some uncertainty in the market, then of course there would be some impact on economic growth,” which is a 100% fact.
With a major change in the fiscal deficit that is4.3 percent of GDP it is estimated to have a 6.3 % in march, 2015. In the past years Myanmar has implemented many changes like:
- Welcoming the Aung San Suu Kyi’s was also included.
- Lifting the economy of the western sanctions has opened.
- The drop of the international investors in the nation, captivate by the natural resources and large targeting
The ADB reported there was a 10% increase in the business registrations for the 1st nine months, 2014-2015, signifying that “business confidence remains robust”.