The Government of Myanmar has stated its interest in joining the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) in order to promote a more transparent and inclusive development of its natural resources. An inter-ministerial committee has been nominated by President U Thein Sein to oversee EITI implementation, with a mandate to 31 December, 2013.
Myanmar’s President Thein Sein met with EITI Chair Clare Short today.
The EITI Board approved Myanmar’s application at its meeting in Mexico City.
Naypyitaw was at the centre of attention for natural resource governance this October.
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Independent Administrator for Scoping Study and EITI Report - Myanmar Extractive Industries Tranparency Initiative
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Emma Irwin shares her insight about the EITI process in Myanmar and its evolution in the past two years.