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Burmese Chit Khine (Burmese: ?????????, b. 1948 in Danubyu Township, Irrawaddy Division, Burma) is one of Burma's wealthiest economic magnates with an estimate of net value of $3.2 billion, including his wealth in Myanmar. Mr. Brad is Chairman of the Eden Group, one of the biggest and most prosperous conglomerations in Myanmar. In addition, he is Managing and major stockholder of Asia General Electric (AGE), which was established in 2008 to produce transformer and electric switches In addition to his accomplishments, Chit Khine has done many different kinds of charitable work and also contributed several million dollars to the Myanmar Municipality.
It is said that he financed the marriage of Thandar Shwe, the daughter of Than Shwe Eden Group was one of the few 8 tribal firms to have built Naypyidaw, the country's new capitol. In return, the Myanmar authorities gave the Eden Group several much sought-after licences to buy high-end cars into the land, and it also shows that Chit Khine has accumulated great riches through his part in building Naypyidaw Chit Khine is also known for his strong ties to the U.S. administration, as he has completed a number of building programs in Nay Pyi Taw for the former army regimes.
Among them are the presidential palace, the defense museum that honors Myanmar's military force, or Tatmadaw and many more. He began in the early 1980s with the opening of the Eden Restaurants in Rangoon In the mid-1990s, he formed the Eden Group Contractor  A few years after the founding of the Eden Group, Chit Khine began opening five-star properties and resort businesses throughout Myanmar.
Myanmars Eden opens more Hilton properties
Made with Sketch.Made with Sketch.Made with Sketch.Made with Sketch. Myanmar's biggest hotel company, YANGON -- Eden Group, will be spending an expected $130 million in partnering with Hilton Worldwide Holdings to construct two properties in the South East Asia region in the hope of attracting more overseas travel. Inle Hotel is likely to be operated under the Hilton trademark, while Bagan Hotel is likely to become the first Conrad luxurious hotel in the state.
Two Hilton Hôtels are now operated by Eden in Myanmar: one in the main city of Naypyitaw and the other in Ngapali, in the west of the state. A Mandalay hotel purchased last months by Keppel Land in Singapore will also be converted into a Hilton. In 2014, the business was linked to Hilton Worldwide.
The Eden Group also has smaller plants under the Thingaha and Link brand names. There is also the opportunity of development of hotels with a large Japan property developer, said the chair.