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E-commerce Center in Myanmar and Laos

a startup idea shared by KyoungDuk Yang on 07/29/2014

Recently I read the article about "Yangon Online" opertated by Burmese American from Forbes magazine. This is about a store which make online orders to Amazon & Ebay for its customers since most of Myanmar persons do not have credit cards to make online orders directly to Global E-commerce website. Also we can find another similar service shop managed by Korean in Yangon. Mixing my international biz experience in S.E. Asia with this inspiration from examples above, now I am planning to set up the same concept shop, where local customers make online order, settle payment, and pick up their deliveries. Besides online orders agent to Amazon and Ebay, I will provide online store and mobile apps in local languages. Also most products will be sourced from South Korea since Korean TV programs are so popular in these regions and "Made in Korea" is perceived as premium.

E-commerce solution for Developing countries

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