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Yangon: Myanmar opens first IT mall
One Myanmar based firm plans to open the first information technologies mall in Yangon in the first weekend of April, mainly to resell IT and communications equipment, one of its shareholders said on Sunday. Myanmar's E-trade will found the new enterprise together with two other IT companies and work on the opening of the IT mall in the citieship of Heing.
"We see the great need for IT solutions whenever IT fairs take place. Information and communications are no longer a luxury and a necessity," said U Htun Htun Naing, CEO of E-trade Myanmar. On the third week-end of next months, an Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) show will be taking place in Yangon to familiarise visitors with IT skills and enable them to come into contact with advanced IT tools.
On 19-21 March, the three-day conference, which will be the first ICT fair this year, will be organised by Myanmar Computer Federation, Myanmar Computer Professionals Association (MCPA) and Myanmar Computer Industry Association. IT enterprises present the latest technologies, hard- and software, communications and computer-related electronic equipment and appliances at around 156 stands.
Since 1999, computer organisations have organised such an ICT show twice a year, and the last such show took place in October last year, with 71 businesses taking part.