Knowledge Highlights 11 May 2020

As of early May 2020, Myanmar has a relatively low figure of less than 200 Covid-19 cases. The government acknowledges, however, the economic consequences of Covid-19, which have been felt in Myanmar. These include disrupted supply chain and trade flows, falls in retail and discretionary spending, a near cessation of tourism and an understandable slump in consumer and investment sentiment. In managing the Covid-19 situation, the Myanmar government has systematically issued a variety of measures, some of which are tabulated in this article. The article reflects information available as of 6 May 2020.

To read the article, please click here.

For a full list of measures, including those which have expired or have been superseded, please click here.

Further information

Allen & Gledhill has a Covid-19 Resource Centre on our website www.allenandgledhill.com/mm that contains knowhow and materials on legal and regulatory aspects of the Covid-19 crisis.

In addition, we have a cross-disciplinary Covid-19 Legal Task Force consisting of Partners across various practice areas to provide rapid assistance. Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at covid19taskforce@allenandgledhill.com.

 

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