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Who is Myanmar?
Myanmar, an exotic destination formerly known as Burma, is a mainland of Southeast Asia with a shared frontier with Bangladesh, India, China, Laos and Thailand. About twice the dimensions of the French and British combines, it is an unfamiliar and secret gem among travellers from around the world. Indeed, Myanmar is a term that unites up to 135 different nations with their own language and dialect.
Myanmar includes all nationalities: the Kachin, the Kayah, the Kayin, the Chin, the Bamar, the Mon, the Rakhine and the Shan. In spite of differences and geographical divisions, there are many different forms of society that are shared by different groups. Myanmar's overall civilization is tribal, with a favorable atmosphere and home to a fortunate, imaginative population.
After the Economic Complexity Index (ECI), Burma is the number 72 exporter in the seventy-seventh biggest country in the word and the number 127 most intricate. Burma in 2016 was exporting $15.7 billion and importing $22.8 billion, resulting in a $7.05 billion deficit in trad. Burma's gross domestic product in 2016 was $63.2 billion and per head gross domestic product was $5.72 billion.
Burma's main exporters are petroleum gas ($6.24B), dried legumes ($1.18B), unrefined sugars ($1.07B), men's coats ($378M) and men's suits ($371M) using the 1992 HS (Harmonized System) ranking overhaul. The main imported products are refined petroleum ($2B), crude sugars ($1.24B), radios ($646M), vans ($580M) and palm oil ($492M).
Burma's main exports are to China ($5.2B), Thailand ($4.11B), India ($1.13B), Japan ($992M) and Singapore ($696M). Its most important importing countries are China ($8.1 billion), Thailand ($4.08 billion), Singapore ($2.37 billion), India ($1.23 billion) and Japan ($1.11 billion). Myanmar is bordered by Bangladesh, China, India, Laos and Thailand. Burma by 2016 was exporting $15.7 billion, making it the seventieth biggest exporting country in the entire planet.
Burma's export has grown at an annualised pace of 15.3% over the last five years, from $6.91 billion in 2011 to $15.7 billion in 2016. Recent export is headed by petroleum gas, which accounts for 39.6% of Burma's overall export, followed by dried legumes, which make up 7.52%.
Burma was the68th biggest importing country in the U.S. In 2016, Burma was importing $22.8 billion. Over the last five years Burma's import volume has risen at an annual growth of 13.3%, from $12.1 billion in 2011 to $22.8 billion in 2016. Recent exports are headed by refined petroleum, which accounts for 8.76% of Burma's overall import, followed by crude sugar, which accounts for 5.43%.
From 2016 Burma had a net import deficit of USD 7.05 billion. In comparison with their 1995 trading balances, when they still had a net import deficit of $1 billion. Burma's main exports are to China ($5.2B), Thailand ($4.11B), India ($1.13B), Japan ($992M) and Singapore ($696M).
Burma's main sources of imports are China ($8.1B), Thailand ($4.08B), Singapore ($2.37B), India ($1.23B) and Japan ($1.11B). Burma's economic system is the country with the highest complexity, with an Economic Complexity Index (ECI) of -1.138. Myanmar is exporting 128 goods with obvious competitive advantages (which means that its proportion of world wide shipments is greater than one would expect from the scale of its exported industry and the scale of a product's worldwide market).
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