More than two years after the military coup, Myanmar has become the country with the highest risk of losing investment among the ASEAN countries, according to the Visual Capitalist group, which publishes global business information. Myanmar ranks 24th in the world among the countries with the highest risk and risk of loss in investing, and is at the top in ASEAN along with Laos. Myanmar has a 15.2 percent risk in investing, while Singapore has a zero percent risk.
That information is political, calculated based on economics and law enforcement. At the moment, even existing investments are returning, and it is very difficult to bring in new ones. As long as the military retains power, no foreign investment will come in again. People’s lives will continue to be difficult.