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May 25, 2020

Myanmar Water 2014 kicks off with 180 exhibitors from 20 countries in Yangon

Myanmar Water 2014 kicks off with an opening ceremony at Tatmadaw Convention Hall in Yangon on Wednesday.—Photo: Ye Myint
Myanmar Water 2014 kicks off with an opening ceremony at Tatmadaw Convention Hall in Yangon on Wednesday.—Photo: Ye Myint

Yangon, 22 Oct — The 2nd International Water and Wastewater Industry Show began at Tatmadaw Convention Hall in Yangon on Wednesday with more than 180 exhibitors from 20 countries showcasing their latest products and solutions to those interested in water management and treatment.
The event is aimed at raising awareness of the value of water and importance of water management to Myanmar people, said United Business Media (M) Sdn Bhd, event organizer, in a press release.
Throughout the Myanmar Water 2014 event, which is open from Wednesday to Friday, the number of visitors expected to reach about 5,000 who will be provided with opportunities to observe product debuts from some of the top brands in the water and wastewater industry. In conjunction with the event, three technology seminars will take place during the three days, with industry experts covering a wide range of topics in water supply and wastewater treatment systems for attendees to the sessions.
Moreover, the three-day exhibition providing a B2B platform for local and international water professionals, decision-makers, potential buyers and partners will serve as a good place for business networking.
Tan Sri Azumi, co-chairman of the UBM Malaysia, told The Global New Light of Myanmar that he would like to encourage investors to look into the water management area in Myanmar as there must be some proper management of water for Myanmar, which is basically an agricultural country.
“Good clean water comes from proper water management and proper water management comes from technology,” he added saying that the event provides a great opportunity for investors and local companies to interact.
The Myanmar Water 2014 event coincided with the National Water Forum 2014 held in Nay Pyi Taw on Tuesday.  It was the second time for Myanmar to host the exhibition. According to officials, it is scheduled to hold Myanmar Water 2015 in September next year.

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