Mariam Sherman

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Mariam Sherman said : “Getting electricity with solar technology in off-grid areas is important for improving the livelihoods and living standards of the rural people,” External link

myanmarnews Tuesday, July 14, 2020 1:40:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Getting electricity with solar technology in off-grid areas is important for improving the livelihoods and living standards of the rural people,” External link

mmtimes Tuesday, July 14, 2020 9:38:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said ( about Mariam Sherman ) : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic," said Mariam Sherman, World Bank Country Director for Myanmar, Cambodia and Lao PDR. The World Bank’s Myanmar Economic Monitor highlighted that the effects of the crisis are not being evenly felt across sectors. Industrial production is expected to contract by 0.2pc in fiscal 2019-20 as lockdown measures restrict access to labor, the closure of the overland border with China disrupts the supply of industrial inputs, and consumer demand remains soft. Meanwhile, precautionary behavior and travel bans continue to negatively impact wholesale and retail trade, tourism-related services, and transportation. On the flipside, the Information and Communications Technology sector is experiencing a surge of activity, driven by a sharp increase in telecommuting and e-commerce. Should the domestic and global spread of the coronavirus be brought under control though, Myanmar’s GDP growth rate is projected to bounce back to 7.2 pc in fiscal 2020-21. In the meantime, 'it will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of its COVID-19 Economic Relief Plan by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

mmtimes Monday, June 29, 2020 5:01:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : "At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar's economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic. Robust policy actions are urgently needed. It will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of the CERP by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan," External link

myanmarnews Sunday, June 28, 2020 1:11:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Poverty among agricultural households could increase by two to four million people, if incomes continue to decline for another three to six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” External link

myanmarnews Sunday, June 28, 2020 1:11:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said ( about Mariam Sherman ) : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic," said Mariam Sherman, World Bank Country Director for Myanmar, Cambodia and Lao PDR. The World Bank’s Myanmar Economic Monitor highlighted that the effects of the crisis are not being evenly felt across sectors. Industrial production is expected to contract by 0.2pc in fiscal 2019-20 as lockdown measures restrict access to labor, the closure of the overland border with China disrupts the supply of industrial inputs, and consumer demand remains soft. Meanwhile, precautionary behavior and travel bans continue to negatively impact wholesale and retail trade, tourism-related services, and transportation. On the flipside, the Information and Communications Technology sector is experiencing a surge of activity, driven by a sharp increase in telecommuting and e-commerce. Should the domestic and global spread of the coronavirus be brought under control though, Myanmar’s GDP growth rate is projected to bounce back to 7.2 pc in fiscal 2020-21. In the meantime, 'it will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of its COVID-19 Economic Relief Plan by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

myanmarnews Sunday, June 28, 2020 1:11:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Poverty among agricultural households could increase by two to four million people, if incomes continue to decline for another three to six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” External link

mizzima Sunday, June 28, 2020 8:34:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic. Robust policy actions are urgently needed. It will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of the CERP by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

mizzima Saturday, June 27, 2020 10:07:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Poverty among agricultural households could increase by two to four million people, if incomes continue to decline for another three to six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” External link

reliefWeb Saturday, June 27, 2020 2:53:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic,” External link

myanmarnews Friday, June 26, 2020 6:46:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Robust policy actions are urgently needed. It will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of the CERP by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

myanmarnews Friday, June 26, 2020 6:46:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said ( about Mariam Sherman ) : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic," said Mariam Sherman, World Bank Country Director for Myanmar, Cambodia and Lao PDR. The World Bank’s Myanmar Economic Monitor highlighted that the effects of the crisis are not being evenly felt across sectors. Industrial production is expected to contract by 0.2pc in fiscal 2019-20 as lockdown measures restrict access to labor, the closure of the overland border with China disrupts the supply of industrial inputs, and consumer demand remains soft. Meanwhile, precautionary behavior and travel bans continue to negatively impact wholesale and retail trade, tourism-related services, and transportation. On the flipside, the Information and Communications Technology sector is experiencing a surge of activity, driven by a sharp increase in telecommuting and e-commerce. Should the domestic and global spread of the coronavirus be brought under control though, Myanmar’s GDP growth rate is projected to bounce back to 7.2 pc in fiscal 2020-21. In the meantime, 'it will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of its COVID-19 Economic Relief Plan by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

mmtimes Friday, June 26, 2020 7:45:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic,” External link

irrawaddy.com Thursday, June 25, 2020 4:00:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Robust policy actions are urgently needed. It will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of the CERP by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

irrawaddy.com Thursday, June 25, 2020 4:00:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic,” External link

irrawaddy Thursday, June 25, 2020 3:46:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Robust policy actions are urgently needed. It will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of the CERP by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

irrawaddy Thursday, June 25, 2020 3:46:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : "At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar's economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic. Robust policy actions are urgently needed. It will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of the CERP by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan," External link

reliefWeb Thursday, June 25, 2020 12:17:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Myanmar has the lowest electrification rate in South East Asia with only 50 percent of households connected to the public grid. This project will help close the power supply gap in an affordable and environmentally sustainable way, thereby removing one of the key constraints to achieving Myanmar’s goal of universal electricity access by 2030,” External link

mizzima Saturday, May 30, 2020 8:03:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Under the new partnership framework, we will support national reforms that are critical to the transition process, help build well-governed and capable institutions and target our support to benefit poor and underserved parts of the country, including those affected by conflict,” External link

irrawaddy Saturday, May 23, 2020 6:41:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman commented : “Under the new partnership framework, we will support national reforms that are critical to the transition process, help build well-governed and capable institutions, and target our support to benefit poor and underserved parts of the country, including those affected by conflict,” External link

mmtimes Thursday, May 21, 2020 7:00:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “This fast-track financing will help Myanmar fill a critical gap in its contingency plan to urgently increase hospital preparedness and surge capacity in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19, protect health workers, and minimize the severity of illness and associated deaths” External link

mmtimes Tuesday, April 21, 2020 2:01:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “This fast-track financing will help Myanmar fill a critical gap in its contingency plan to urgently increase hospital preparedness and surge capacity in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19, protect health workers, and minimize the severity of illness and associated deaths” External link

mizzima Tuesday, April 21, 2020 6:37:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “This fast-track financing will help Myanmar fill a critical gap in its contingency plan to urgently increase hospital preparedness and surge capacity in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19, protect health workers, and minimize the severity of illness and associated deaths” External link

reliefWeb Monday, April 20, 2020 9:05:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “With proactive containment measures, the loss of life and economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak can be reduced,” External link

reliefWeb Wednesday, April 8, 2020 2:03:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : "A strengthened deposit insurance system will make the banking system more resilient to possible shocks," External link

xinhuanet_en Wednesday, April 1, 2020 11:34:00 AM EAT



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Mariam Sherman said ( about Mariam Sherman ) : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic," said Mariam Sherman, World Bank Country Director for Myanmar, Cambodia and Lao PDR. The World Bank’s Myanmar Economic Monitor highlighted that the effects of the crisis are not being evenly felt across sectors. Industrial production is expected to contract by 0.2pc in fiscal 2019-20 as lockdown measures restrict access to labor, the closure of the overland border with China disrupts the supply of industrial inputs, and consumer demand remains soft. Meanwhile, precautionary behavior and travel bans continue to negatively impact wholesale and retail trade, tourism-related services, and transportation. On the flipside, the Information and Communications Technology sector is experiencing a surge of activity, driven by a sharp increase in telecommuting and e-commerce. Should the domestic and global spread of the coronavirus be brought under control though, Myanmar’s GDP growth rate is projected to bounce back to 7.2 pc in fiscal 2020-21. In the meantime, 'it will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of its COVID-19 Economic Relief Plan by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

mmtimes Monday, June 29, 2020 5:01:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said ( about Mariam Sherman ) : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic," said Mariam Sherman, World Bank Country Director for Myanmar, Cambodia and Lao PDR. The World Bank’s Myanmar Economic Monitor highlighted that the effects of the crisis are not being evenly felt across sectors. Industrial production is expected to contract by 0.2pc in fiscal 2019-20 as lockdown measures restrict access to labor, the closure of the overland border with China disrupts the supply of industrial inputs, and consumer demand remains soft. Meanwhile, precautionary behavior and travel bans continue to negatively impact wholesale and retail trade, tourism-related services, and transportation. On the flipside, the Information and Communications Technology sector is experiencing a surge of activity, driven by a sharp increase in telecommuting and e-commerce. Should the domestic and global spread of the coronavirus be brought under control though, Myanmar’s GDP growth rate is projected to bounce back to 7.2 pc in fiscal 2020-21. In the meantime, 'it will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of its COVID-19 Economic Relief Plan by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

myanmarnews Sunday, June 28, 2020 1:11:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said ( about Mariam Sherman ) : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic," said Mariam Sherman, World Bank Country Director for Myanmar, Cambodia and Lao PDR. The World Bank’s Myanmar Economic Monitor highlighted that the effects of the crisis are not being evenly felt across sectors. Industrial production is expected to contract by 0.2pc in fiscal 2019-20 as lockdown measures restrict access to labor, the closure of the overland border with China disrupts the supply of industrial inputs, and consumer demand remains soft. Meanwhile, precautionary behavior and travel bans continue to negatively impact wholesale and retail trade, tourism-related services, and transportation. On the flipside, the Information and Communications Technology sector is experiencing a surge of activity, driven by a sharp increase in telecommuting and e-commerce. Should the domestic and global spread of the coronavirus be brought under control though, Myanmar’s GDP growth rate is projected to bounce back to 7.2 pc in fiscal 2020-21. In the meantime, 'it will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of its COVID-19 Economic Relief Plan by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

mmtimes Friday, June 26, 2020 7:45:00 AM EAT

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Mariam Sherman

Last updated on 2013-11-11T22:14+0300.

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Mariam Sherman said : “Getting electricity with solar technology in off-grid areas is important for improving the livelihoods and living standards of the rural people,” External link

myanmarnews Tuesday, July 14, 2020 1:40:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Getting electricity with solar technology in off-grid areas is important for improving the livelihoods and living standards of the rural people,” External link

mmtimes Tuesday, July 14, 2020 9:38:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said ( about Mariam Sherman ) : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic," said Mariam Sherman, World Bank Country Director for Myanmar, Cambodia and Lao PDR. The World Bank’s Myanmar Economic Monitor highlighted that the effects of the crisis are not being evenly felt across sectors. Industrial production is expected to contract by 0.2pc in fiscal 2019-20 as lockdown measures restrict access to labor, the closure of the overland border with China disrupts the supply of industrial inputs, and consumer demand remains soft. Meanwhile, precautionary behavior and travel bans continue to negatively impact wholesale and retail trade, tourism-related services, and transportation. On the flipside, the Information and Communications Technology sector is experiencing a surge of activity, driven by a sharp increase in telecommuting and e-commerce. Should the domestic and global spread of the coronavirus be brought under control though, Myanmar’s GDP growth rate is projected to bounce back to 7.2 pc in fiscal 2020-21. In the meantime, 'it will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of its COVID-19 Economic Relief Plan by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

mmtimes Monday, June 29, 2020 5:01:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : "At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar's economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic. Robust policy actions are urgently needed. It will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of the CERP by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan," External link

myanmarnews Sunday, June 28, 2020 1:11:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Poverty among agricultural households could increase by two to four million people, if incomes continue to decline for another three to six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” External link

myanmarnews Sunday, June 28, 2020 1:11:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said ( about Mariam Sherman ) : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic," said Mariam Sherman, World Bank Country Director for Myanmar, Cambodia and Lao PDR. The World Bank’s Myanmar Economic Monitor highlighted that the effects of the crisis are not being evenly felt across sectors. Industrial production is expected to contract by 0.2pc in fiscal 2019-20 as lockdown measures restrict access to labor, the closure of the overland border with China disrupts the supply of industrial inputs, and consumer demand remains soft. Meanwhile, precautionary behavior and travel bans continue to negatively impact wholesale and retail trade, tourism-related services, and transportation. On the flipside, the Information and Communications Technology sector is experiencing a surge of activity, driven by a sharp increase in telecommuting and e-commerce. Should the domestic and global spread of the coronavirus be brought under control though, Myanmar’s GDP growth rate is projected to bounce back to 7.2 pc in fiscal 2020-21. In the meantime, 'it will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of its COVID-19 Economic Relief Plan by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

myanmarnews Sunday, June 28, 2020 1:11:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Poverty among agricultural households could increase by two to four million people, if incomes continue to decline for another three to six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” External link

mizzima Sunday, June 28, 2020 8:34:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic. Robust policy actions are urgently needed. It will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of the CERP by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

mizzima Saturday, June 27, 2020 10:07:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Poverty among agricultural households could increase by two to four million people, if incomes continue to decline for another three to six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” External link

reliefWeb Saturday, June 27, 2020 2:53:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic,” External link

myanmarnews Friday, June 26, 2020 6:46:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Robust policy actions are urgently needed. It will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of the CERP by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

myanmarnews Friday, June 26, 2020 6:46:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said ( about Mariam Sherman ) : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic," said Mariam Sherman, World Bank Country Director for Myanmar, Cambodia and Lao PDR. The World Bank’s Myanmar Economic Monitor highlighted that the effects of the crisis are not being evenly felt across sectors. Industrial production is expected to contract by 0.2pc in fiscal 2019-20 as lockdown measures restrict access to labor, the closure of the overland border with China disrupts the supply of industrial inputs, and consumer demand remains soft. Meanwhile, precautionary behavior and travel bans continue to negatively impact wholesale and retail trade, tourism-related services, and transportation. On the flipside, the Information and Communications Technology sector is experiencing a surge of activity, driven by a sharp increase in telecommuting and e-commerce. Should the domestic and global spread of the coronavirus be brought under control though, Myanmar’s GDP growth rate is projected to bounce back to 7.2 pc in fiscal 2020-21. In the meantime, 'it will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of its COVID-19 Economic Relief Plan by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

mmtimes Friday, June 26, 2020 7:45:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic,” External link

irrawaddy.com Thursday, June 25, 2020 4:00:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Robust policy actions are urgently needed. It will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of the CERP by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

irrawaddy.com Thursday, June 25, 2020 4:00:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic,” External link

irrawaddy Thursday, June 25, 2020 3:46:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Robust policy actions are urgently needed. It will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of the CERP by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

irrawaddy Thursday, June 25, 2020 3:46:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : "At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar's economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic. Robust policy actions are urgently needed. It will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of the CERP by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan," External link

reliefWeb Thursday, June 25, 2020 12:17:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Myanmar has the lowest electrification rate in South East Asia with only 50 percent of households connected to the public grid. This project will help close the power supply gap in an affordable and environmentally sustainable way, thereby removing one of the key constraints to achieving Myanmar’s goal of universal electricity access by 2030,” External link

mizzima Saturday, May 30, 2020 8:03:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “Under the new partnership framework, we will support national reforms that are critical to the transition process, help build well-governed and capable institutions and target our support to benefit poor and underserved parts of the country, including those affected by conflict,” External link

irrawaddy Saturday, May 23, 2020 6:41:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman commented : “Under the new partnership framework, we will support national reforms that are critical to the transition process, help build well-governed and capable institutions, and target our support to benefit poor and underserved parts of the country, including those affected by conflict,” External link

mmtimes Thursday, May 21, 2020 7:00:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “This fast-track financing will help Myanmar fill a critical gap in its contingency plan to urgently increase hospital preparedness and surge capacity in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19, protect health workers, and minimize the severity of illness and associated deaths” External link

mmtimes Tuesday, April 21, 2020 2:01:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “This fast-track financing will help Myanmar fill a critical gap in its contingency plan to urgently increase hospital preparedness and surge capacity in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19, protect health workers, and minimize the severity of illness and associated deaths” External link

mizzima Tuesday, April 21, 2020 6:37:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “This fast-track financing will help Myanmar fill a critical gap in its contingency plan to urgently increase hospital preparedness and surge capacity in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19, protect health workers, and minimize the severity of illness and associated deaths” External link

reliefWeb Monday, April 20, 2020 9:05:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : “With proactive containment measures, the loss of life and economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak can be reduced,” External link

reliefWeb Wednesday, April 8, 2020 2:03:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said : "A strengthened deposit insurance system will make the banking system more resilient to possible shocks," External link

xinhuanet_en Wednesday, April 1, 2020 11:34:00 AM EAT



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Mariam ShermanEN25.00%
Mariam ShermanFR25.00%
Mariam ShermanPT25.00%


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Mariam Sherman said ( about Mariam Sherman ) : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic," said Mariam Sherman, World Bank Country Director for Myanmar, Cambodia and Lao PDR. The World Bank’s Myanmar Economic Monitor highlighted that the effects of the crisis are not being evenly felt across sectors. Industrial production is expected to contract by 0.2pc in fiscal 2019-20 as lockdown measures restrict access to labor, the closure of the overland border with China disrupts the supply of industrial inputs, and consumer demand remains soft. Meanwhile, precautionary behavior and travel bans continue to negatively impact wholesale and retail trade, tourism-related services, and transportation. On the flipside, the Information and Communications Technology sector is experiencing a surge of activity, driven by a sharp increase in telecommuting and e-commerce. Should the domestic and global spread of the coronavirus be brought under control though, Myanmar’s GDP growth rate is projected to bounce back to 7.2 pc in fiscal 2020-21. In the meantime, 'it will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of its COVID-19 Economic Relief Plan by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

mmtimes Monday, June 29, 2020 5:01:00 AM EAT

Mariam Sherman said ( about Mariam Sherman ) : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic," said Mariam Sherman, World Bank Country Director for Myanmar, Cambodia and Lao PDR. The World Bank’s Myanmar Economic Monitor highlighted that the effects of the crisis are not being evenly felt across sectors. Industrial production is expected to contract by 0.2pc in fiscal 2019-20 as lockdown measures restrict access to labor, the closure of the overland border with China disrupts the supply of industrial inputs, and consumer demand remains soft. Meanwhile, precautionary behavior and travel bans continue to negatively impact wholesale and retail trade, tourism-related services, and transportation. On the flipside, the Information and Communications Technology sector is experiencing a surge of activity, driven by a sharp increase in telecommuting and e-commerce. Should the domestic and global spread of the coronavirus be brought under control though, Myanmar’s GDP growth rate is projected to bounce back to 7.2 pc in fiscal 2020-21. In the meantime, 'it will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of its COVID-19 Economic Relief Plan by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

myanmarnews Sunday, June 28, 2020 1:11:00 PM EAT

Mariam Sherman said ( about Mariam Sherman ) : “At the moment the medium-term outlook for Myanmar’s economy is positive, but there are significant downside risks due to the unpredictable evolution of the pandemic," said Mariam Sherman, World Bank Country Director for Myanmar, Cambodia and Lao PDR. The World Bank’s Myanmar Economic Monitor highlighted that the effects of the crisis are not being evenly felt across sectors. Industrial production is expected to contract by 0.2pc in fiscal 2019-20 as lockdown measures restrict access to labor, the closure of the overland border with China disrupts the supply of industrial inputs, and consumer demand remains soft. Meanwhile, precautionary behavior and travel bans continue to negatively impact wholesale and retail trade, tourism-related services, and transportation. On the flipside, the Information and Communications Technology sector is experiencing a surge of activity, driven by a sharp increase in telecommuting and e-commerce. Should the domestic and global spread of the coronavirus be brought under control though, Myanmar’s GDP growth rate is projected to bounce back to 7.2 pc in fiscal 2020-21. In the meantime, 'it will be important for the government to boost the effectiveness of its COVID-19 Economic Relief Plan by ensuring flexibility in spending targets, extending support to smaller enterprises and ensuring all poor households can benefit from the plan,” External link

mmtimes Friday, June 26, 2020 7:45:00 AM EAT