The Asia Pacific Investigations Review 2018 – Myanmar Chapter

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Global Investigations Review

November 9, 2017

Under the governance of the National League for Democracy government led by President Htin Kyaw and State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar has witnessed many remarkable improvements in its legal, social, and economic commitments in the past two years—especially in respect of the legalization of market sectors and the promotion of foreign investment.

This includes a continuous and demonstrable effort to fight corruption, and although doing so will be a lengthy process, significant progress has already been made and

Nwe Oo, a senior attorney-at-law in Tilleke & Gibbins’ Myanmar office, and Sher Hann Chua, a consultant in Tilleke & Gibbins’ Myanmar office, address these issues and more in the Myanmar chapter of The Asia-Pacific Investigations Review 2018, a guide to the important issues in internal and government investigations across the Asia-Pacific, published by Global Investigations Review.

In particular, the Myanmar chapter covers anti-corruption compliance, as well as private corruption, enforcement mechanisms, anti-corruption laws, and the impact of international anti-corruption laws in Myanmar.