The Shan State Government is inviting those who want to work in agriculture with the Shan State government.
There are over 300,000 government-owned farms in Shan State, and more than 300,000 local and foreign entrepreneurs who want to work in agriculture and farming, said Soe Nyunt Lwin, Minister of Planning and Agriculture of the Shan State Government.
The minister said the invitation was due to the increased availability of technology and money, and that the government-led projects have been successful and have led the local community to follow through.
In Myanmar, most of the agricultural laborers are inadequate in terms of the quality and quality of the crops produced in the region.
Sai Aung Myint Oo, an active member of civil society organizations based in Shan State, would not benefit local people if markets were not marketed. Currently, some Thai farmers and US-based entrepreneurs are growing and exporting to Thailand.
While the government is inviting investors to invest, there is a major need for stability in the region for business owners to invest.