Foreign Investors and Tycoon to Explore Burma’s Resources

Serge Pun, a leading Burmese businessman, is teaming up with London Stock Exchange listed private equity firm Origo Partners to invest in resource exploitation sector in Burma. Origo Partners said in a press release on Tuesday that its “joint venture, with Serge Pun & Associates (Myanmar) Limited (SPA), will help it to tap into Myanmar’s potential to become a significant supplier of goods and raw materials to global markets, particularly China.” “The joint venture, which will be equally split between Origo and SPA, will initially focus on opportunities in metals and minerals exploration, including copper, gold, nickel and other mineral deposits,” said the firm.


4 Responses to Foreign Investors and Tycoon to Explore Burma’s Resources

  1. Serge Pun was NEVER a business crony of the junta- your facts are incorrect

  2. Yes.Agreed.He is also the chairman of YOMA Strategic Holding, a company listed in Singapore.

  3. Surge Pun was never a business crony of Junta so therefore the joint ventures of this big will never go to him. It will go to number one or two of the country.

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