Myanmar Profile

Burma Profile

Myanmar is undergoing profound and rapid change and is becoming one of Asia's most sought-after investment destinations. Burma is located in Southeast Asia between Bangladesh and Thailand. For international educational information on Myanmar, please visit this page. The MISY is an all age school in Yangon, the Burmese (Myanmar) primate city. National profile;

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I Myanmar Country Profile - Logistics Capacity Assessment

Myanmar, formally the Republic of Myanmar and also known as Burma, is a supreme state in Southeast Asia bordering Bangladesh, India, China, Laos and Thailand. One third of Myanmar's 1,930 km (1,200 miles) circumference is a continuous coastal line along the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea.

Burma covers 676,578 sqkm. Burma is a land full of precious stones, jades, oils, natural gases and other minerals. According to the HDI (Human Developement Index), Myanmar had a low degree of growth from 2013, placing it in 150th place out of 187 states.

This logistical capacity evaluation is restricted to the Myanmar, Rakkhine, Ayeryarwaddy, Yangon, Mon and Tanintharyi coasts (to be finished in 2014) and the main area, Bago, Magway, Nay Pyi Taw, Sagaing and Mandalay (to be finished in 2016). The LCA does not contain any logistic evaluation information for Chin, Kachin, Kayah, Kayin and Shan.

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Burma (Occupational Safety and Health)

A current description of the current safety and health at work in the state. Results of the discussions on developing policies and reinforcing bodies and networking to create an efficient and coherent occupational safety and health program. Contains absstracts of health and safety regulations and citations. Gives an overview of the legal frame of the most important legislative aspects of health and safety at work.

They cover a broad spectrum of issues, among them accidents at work.

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In November 2010 she was eventually dismissed. In early May 2008, Cyclone Nargis hit Burma, claiming over 138,000 casualties and causing ten thousand casualties and deaths. In the November 2010 general election, which many in the global political arena regarded as erroneous, the junta's Union Solidarity and Development Party won over 75% of the party's seat.

In January 2011 the Assembly met and elected the former Prime Minister THEIN SEIN as Chairman. 5 per cent (male 1.184.291 / female 1.533.599) (2011 est.); gender ratio: at birth: 1.06 male/female; under 15 years: 77 male/female; overall population: 99 male/female (2011 est.); child mortality: total: 49. 23 deaths/1, 000 live deaths; male: 56.

Number of fatalities: 16/1,000 live births; women: 41. 88 fatalities/1,000 life births (2011 est.); overall lifetime at birth: 88 years of age; men: 62. 57 years; women: 67. 33 years (2011 est.); overall fertilization rate: 2. 26 babies born/woman (2011 est.); HIV/AIDS incidence among adults: 6 percent (2009 est.); HIV/AIDS - HIV/AIDS: 240,000 (2009 est.); HIV/AIDS - deaths: 18,000 (2009 est.); nationality: noun: Myanmar (singular and plural); adjective:

Myanmar (official) ethnical minorities have their own language; literacy: Definition: ages 15 and older can literate and literate; overall population: 89. $58. 27 billion (2009 est.); $57. 24 billion (2008 est.); BIP (official currency rate): $35. Sixty-five billion (2010 est.); BIP - actualgrowthrate::

3. 1 per cent (2010 est.); 1.8 per cent (2009 est.); 1.1 per cent (2008 est.); per cent of GNP: $1,100 (2010 est.); $1,100 (2009 est.); $1,100 (2008 est.); per cent of GNP - by sector: Agriculture: 8% (2010 est.); below-poor people: 32. 4 percent (1998); labour force: 31. 68 million (2010 est.); labour forces - by occupation: agriculture: 70 percent; industry: 7 percent; services:

7 percent (2010 est.); 4 9 percent (2009 est.); Budget: Revenues: $2. 951 billion (2010 est.); Industries: Agriculture; Timber and timber commodities; Clothing, forestry; Industry: Craft, mining; Industry: Industry: Copper, pewter, wolfram, iron; Industry: Building material, building material; Industry: Pharmaceutical; Fertilizers; Clothing, jewelry, oil supplies and petroleum; Industry: Manufacturing; Industry: Manufacturing; Industry: Manufacturing: 3 percent (2010 est.); Power - Production: CHG-mean 6. 286 billion KW/H (2007 est.); Power - Consumption:

is 403 billion kilowatt-hours (2007 est.); power - exports: QoWh (2008 est.); Power - Imports: QoWh (2008 est.); Statistics:

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