The project seeks to finance the import of tractors and implements for the expansion of YSH's agri-equipment business under the business division "Automotive & Heavy Equipment". By investing in this transaction, FMO will support the increase in crop productivity and agricultural mechanization in the country. Moreover, FMO intends to organize training for farmers on GAP and agricultural mechanization. Finally, long-term funding is hardly available in Myanmar.
Yoma Strategic Holdings ("YSH") is one of the leading conglomerates in Myanmar. Over the last 10 years, YSH has built a diversified portfolio of businesses in Myanmar through organic growth and in close cooperation with established international partners. The Company's four core business divisions are Real Estate, Automotive & Heavy Equipment, Consumer and Financial Services, along with a portfolio of investments.
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*There is no further information being revealed at this stage of the project*
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