Thursday July 09 2020
Myanmar Coronavirus Deaths at 6.00 Persons


Myanmar recorded 6 Coronavirus Deaths since the epidemic began, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). In addition, Myanmar reported 318 Coronavirus Cases.





Thursday July 09 2020
Myanmar Coronavirus Cases at 318.00 Persons


Myanmar recorded 318 Coronavirus Cases since the epidemic began, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). In addition, Myanmar reported 6 Coronavirus Deaths.





Wednesday July 08 2020
Myanmar Coronavirus Recovered at 250.00 Persons


Myanmar recorded 250 Coronavirus Recovered since the epidemic began, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). In addition, Myanmar reported 6 Coronavirus Deaths.





Tuesday July 07 2020
Myanmar GDP per capita PPP at 5142.20 USD


The Gross Domestic Product per capita in Myanmar was last recorded at 5142.20 US dollars in 2019, when adjusted by purchasing power parity (PPP). The GDP per Capita, in Myanmar, when adjusted by Purchasing Power Parity is equivalent to 29 percent of the world's average.





Monday July 06 2020
Myanmar GDP per capita at 1608.50 USD


The Gross Domestic Product per capita in Myanmar was last recorded at 1608.50 US dollars in 2019. The GDP per Capita in Myanmar is equivalent to 13 percent of the world's average.





Sunday July 05 2020
Myanmar - Credit Rating at 15.00







Thursday July 02 2020
Myanmar GDP at 76.09 USD Billion


The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Myanmar was worth 76.09 billion US dollars in 2019, according to official data from the World Bank. The GDP value of Myanmar represents 0.06 percent of the world economy.





Wednesday July 01 2020
Myanmar Manufacturing PMI at 48.70 points


The IHS Markit Myanmar Manufacturing PMI increased to 48.7 in June 2020 from 38.9 in the prior month, amid signs that the most extreme phase of COVID-19 disruption to the goods-producing sector had passed, with output and new orders both rising for the first time in four months. Meanwhile, employment continued to fall at a marked rate, although anecdotal evidence suggested that at least some layoffs were temporary. That said, backlogs of work dropped at the slowest pace in seven months. Average lead times for inputs lengthened again,, albeit by the least for four months. Regarding prices, input cost fell for the third time in four months, linked to weak demand, lower oil prices and the weakening US dollar against the Burmese kyat. Output prices fell for the sixth time in seven months, and at a slightly faster rate than in May. Finally, sentiment improved from April's 14-month low, but remained historically subdued.





Saturday June 20 2020
Myanmar Cpi Housing Utilities at 199.59 points


Cpi Housing Utilities in Myanmar decreased to 199.59 points in April from 199.85 points in March of 2020.





Saturday June 20 2020
Myanmar Cpi Transportation at 99.57 points


The transportation sub-index of the CPI basket in Myanmar decreased to 99.57 points in April of 2020 from 106.47 points in March of 2020.