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After the successful launch of Metro Wholesale Myanmar’s online store in March, the retailer plans to open in more locations.

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Aeon Orange Thanlyn Sakura is opened in Yangon, Myanmar’s capital city, selling home electronics, clothing and other household items on top of foods. First hypermarket in the region The new hypermarket is 2,800 sq m, triple the size of its supermarket. In addition to grocery and general merchandise, there is a ready to eat selection of local dishes, salads and desserts in a 70 sq m dining a...
German wholesaler Metro Group will be focusing on online sales for corporate customers and building a fresh food supply chain in Myanmar. First new market entry since 2010 The wholesaler has partnered with Yoma Strategic Holdings Ltd, a Singapore-listed company to launch the service. Myanmar is the 36 th country in the group’s network. 75% of the products will be locally sourced through pa...
Metro Group has partnered with Singapore group, Yoma Strategic Holdings Ltd to enter Myanmar. Integrated wholesale platform The joint venture, of which Metro holds an 85% stake and Yoma a 15% stake, will establish an integrated wholesale distribution platform in Myanmar. The new venture will aim to provide quality supplies for local professional customers and hopes to also improve the whole...
As Myanmar’s new government accelerates its efforts to open up the country's economy, it is attracting international brands and retailers. An expanding economy, rising incomes and the new middle class are fueling the growth of modern retail in the country. Aeon store debuted in Yangon Aeon, the first foreign entity to operate retail stores in the country, entered the market by set...

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This in-depth guide to Myanmar explores the key trends in grocery retail and the growth strategies of the leading retailers in the country.
Get up to speed on all of the latest retailer results, the insight into what is driving growth and IGD's five big trends to watch in Asia in 2019.
Included in this report:
  • Latest quarterly results and like-for-like sales performance
  • Recent market developments in India, the Philippines, China and Japan
  • Five trends to watch: ultimate convenience, partnerships shaping the online future, health and freshness at the heart, social shopping and technology transformation
With an eye on the year ahead, we have identified five key themes that we expect to shape the grocery market and influence retailer strategy across Asia.
We highlight the leading retailers in 18 different markets in Asia, looking at how they are performing and what strategies they are relying on to drive growth over the next five years.
We reviews the five big trends that we identified at the start of 2018, plus provide insight on the latest performance of Asia's leading grocery retailers.
Get up to speed on all of the latest retailer results, the insight into what is driving growth and IGD's five big trends to watch in Asia in 2018.
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