Unilever, the Anglo-Dutch global consumer goods company, will open its first factory in Myanmar next month as part of its 20-billion-baht investment plan in consumer products in the country.
The new Unilever (Myanmar) factory, on five rai of land in Yangon, will become operational in a few more weeks. Unilever first entered the country80years ago but was forced to withdraw due to the political situation. It returned in 2010.
It has set a goal to become a leader in Myanmar's fast-moving consumer goods market over the next 10 years.
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