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Feb 5, 2018

Three eye-opening charts on Myanmar consumers

TOP OF THE CHARTS: Myanmar boasts a young, trophy-shaped population profile, but how are consumers spending (or saving) their money, and how fast is income expected to rise?

Three eye-opening charts on Myanmar consumers

Source: Solidance white paper, The Next Growth Wave: Rising Consumerism in Myanmar.

The proportion of the population earning more than US$120 per month is expected to rise from 24% in 2016 to 48% in 2022.
Comparison of category spending/saving in Myanmar versus Thailand.
36% of the population is aged between 10 and 29.
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