Go Watanabe, Managing Executive Officer, CEO-Asia & Oceania at The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, explains the bank's decision to open a branch in Yangon.» Read More
As the firm launches its first first fully-owned country office in Myanmar, Kelvin Leung, CEO, Asia Pacific explains why industrial sectors like construction take top priority.
Matt Bradley, President, ASEAN, Ford talks about the company's first dealership in Yangon, Myanmar and the prospects for building more manufacturing plants in Southeast Asia.
Jon Fredrik Baksaas, CEO of Telenor, highlights that "growth has recovered" and discusses the share buyback program and expansion plans.
Jon Fredrik Balsaas, president and CEO of Telenor, talks about the launch of operations in Burma (Myanmar), where there is a "lot of pent up demand".
Norway's Telenor and Qatar's Ooredoo have bagged the fiercely fought telecom licence auction in Myanmar but their task is just beginning says Sachin Gupta, Regional Head of Telecommunication Research, Nomura.
In a first on CNBC interview, Sigve Brekke, Head of Asia Operations at Telenor describes the firm's challenges ahead after becoming one of two foreign telco operators in Myanmar.
Nirgunan Tiruchelvam, Equities Analyst at Standard Chartered says there is an increase in disposable income in Southeast Asia which will have a positive effect on the consumption story in the region. He believes Myanmar's beer market has potential for strong growth.
Douglas Clayton , CEO of Leopard Capital tells CNBC's Cash Flow why he remains very bullish on the Mekong and Southeast Asian markets.
Meet Thaung Su Nyein, a new breed of Burmese, young, liberal, Western educated with a rare opportunity to pull his backward country into the modern age.
IMF Deputy Managing Director, Naoyuki Shinohara tells CNBC's Martin Soong that he's pleased with the progress of Myanmar's path towards vivid economic growth.
Jon Fredrik Baksaas, CEO of Telenor talks about the company's bid for a telecom license in Myanmar and Telenor's long term strategy in the country.
David Kuo, CEO of The Motley Fool Singapore says Myanmar can be compared to a box of chocolates. There's plenty of opportunities but you never know what you're going to get.
Tony Blair, Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom says there is a lot of hope and optimism surrounding Myanmar but warns of challenges the country needs to surmount.
Gita Wirjawan, Minister of Trade of Indonesia says he's looking forward to more interaction between Indonesia and Myanmar. He also says he hopes to participate in the 2014 presidential elections.
Jaspal Bindra, Group Executive Director and CEO for Asia at Standard Chartered Bank, talks about plans for growth in Myanmar, a country where 70% of the population is living in rural areas.
Anton Corro, Country Manager of Thailand and Myanmar at MasterCard tells CNBC's Cash Flow why he expects the Myanmar banking sector to expand in the next 3-5 years.
CNBC's Martin Soong sat down with Thein Sein, the President of Myanmar and asked him about the upcoming national elections and the progress of economic development.
Stephen Groff, Vice President of the Asian Development Bank, discusses how Myanmar will someday be able to reach a tripling of the economy.
Pailin Chuchottaworn, CEO of PTT, talks about the Thai company's investments in Myanmar as one of the first few firms to have worked there even before sanctions were lifted.
Simon Cooper, president for Asia Pacific of Marriott International, discusses doing business in Asia, "reputational" risks and Marriott's plans in Myanmar.