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Unilever to Make Flavors in Myanmar Amid $656 Million Investment

Unilever, the world’s second biggest consumer goods company, is starting to manufacture food seasoning in Myanmar as it prepares to spend 500 million euros ($656 million) in the country over the next decade.

The company, which has been selling in Myanmar through third-party distributors since 2010, has a roadmap to “go deeper with fewer categories” such as savories, seasonings, shampoos and laundry and then build on it, Chief Operating Officer Harish Manwani said in an interview on Bloomberg Television at Naypyidaw.