Central Bank of Myanmar to build capital markets with help from Japan


The Central Bank of Myanmar is moving to establish a tradable securities market in the South-east Asian country by 2015, following efforts by the government to liberalise the political and economic system in Myanmar.

The central bank, which was set up in 1990 and is the only financial supervisor in Myanmar, has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Daiwa Institute of Research and Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) to help create a stock exchange and capital market. The Japanese partners will

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