Migrant Workers

Daw Khine Khine Nwe on Reform in Myanmar

25 November 2014

By Salil Tripathi, Senior Advisor, Global Issues, IHRB

Daw Khine Khine Nwe is the secretary of the Myanmar Garment Manufacturers Association and the chief executive of Best Co., a garment manufacturing company in Myanmar. She is also the head of the Corporate Social Responsibility unit at the Myanmar Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Yangon.

While in Hanoi, Vietnam, for the 14th Informal ASEM Seminar on Human Rights organised by the Asia Europe Foundation with the Government of Vietnam, Daw Khine Khine Nwe met IHRB’s Senior Advisor for Global Issues, Salil Tripathi during the seminar, to discuss her experience of interacting with the international community and what Myanmar’s culture and society offer international businesses at a time of major political transformation and economic transition in Myanmar.

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