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Myanmar

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Location

Capital

Official languages

Population

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ISO 4217

Naypyidaw

Myanmar (Burma)

Burmese

54,577,997

MMK

Kyat

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  • Certificate of incorporation 

  • Articles of association

  • Meeting minutes 

  • Company stamp

FAQ for company formation in Myanmar



Q: What is the process for forming a company in Myanmar?

A: The process for forming a company in Myanmar involves several steps, including obtaining approval for the company name, drafting the memorandum and articles of association, and registering with the Directorate of Investment and Company Administration.


Q: What types of companies can be formed in Myanmar?

A: Myanmar allows for the formation of various types of companies, including private companies limited by shares, public companies limited by shares, and branch offices of foreign companies.


Q: What is the minimum share capital required to form a company in Myanmar?

A: The minimum share capital required to form a company in Myanmar depends on the type of company being formed. For a private company limited by shares, the minimum share capital required is MMK 1,000,000, while for a public company limited by shares, the minimum share capital required is MMK 5,000,000.


Q: Do I need to have a physical office in Myanmar to form a company?

A: Yes, a physical office in Myanmar is required to form a company. The company must have a registered office address in Myanmar, and this address must be used for official correspondence.


Q: What are the tax implications of forming a company in Myanmar?

A: Myanmar has a corporate tax rate of 25%. Additionally, companies may be subject to other taxes and duties based on their specific business activities.


Q: How long does it take to form a company in Myanmar?

A: The time required to form a company in Myanmar can vary depending on the type of company and the complexity of the registration process. In general, it can take anywhere from several weeks to several months to form a company in Myanmar.


Q: What are the ongoing compliance requirements for companies in Myanmar?

A: Companies in Myanmar are required to comply with various ongoing compliance requirements, such as filing annual tax returns and maintaining a registered office in Myanmar. Additionally, companies may be subject to other requirements based on their specific business activities.


Q: Can a foreigner form a company in Myanmar?

A: Yes, foreigners are allowed to form companies in Myanmar. However, they may be subject to additional requirements, such as obtaining a permit from the Myanmar Investment Commission or appointing a local representative.

"Myanmar's economy has been steadily growing in recent years, with a GDP growth rate of 6.5% in 2019. This growth is largely driven by the country's strong manufacturing sector, which accounts for around 25% of the country's GDP. The country also has a large agricultural sector, which contributes around 33% of the country's GDP. Additionally, the services sector is also growing, accounting for around 42% of the country's GDP.

The country has also seen an increase in foreign investment, with the World Bank reporting that foreign direct investment (FDI) in Myanmar increased by 11.5% in 2019. This is largely due to the country's improved business environment, which has been bolstered by the government's efforts to reduce bureaucracy and improve the ease of doing business.

Overall, Myanmar's economy is showing signs of steady growth, with the country's GDP growth rate expected to remain strong in the coming years. With the government's continued efforts to improve the business environment and attract foreign investment, the country is well-positioned to continue its economic growth."

In Myanmar, the tax system consists of both direct and indirect taxes. The direct taxes are levied on income, while indirect taxes are levied on goods and services.


For individuals, the personal income tax rates range from 0% to 30%, depending on the level of income. The tax year in Myanmar is the same as the fiscal year, which runs from April 1st to March 31st of the following year. Individuals are required to file their tax returns by June 30th of the following year.


For corporations, the corporate tax rate is 25%, and companies are required to file their tax returns within six months from the end of their fiscal year.


Tax payments can be made at designated banks or online through the Myanmar Payment Union (MPU). Taxpayers are required to obtain a tax identification number (TIN) before making any tax payments.


In addition to income tax, other taxes in Myanmar include value-added tax (VAT), commercial tax, and stamp duty. VAT is levied at a standard rate of 5%, while commercial tax rates vary depending on the type of goods and services sold. Stamp duty rates also vary depending on the type of transaction.

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