資料收集之後的結果應用，不僅可以提供緬方公私部門作為政策與決策之依據，同時可供我方瞭解緬甸工商經濟發展進程，協助我國拓展在緬甸的經貿業務。因此，可以有助於台緬雙方拓展經貿合作，進而透過我援助緬甸調查資料的成果，強化與周邊國家及 經濟體的往來關係，強化我國與東南亞國協和南亞諸國所在區域，在經濟、貿易、 教育、制度、科技、文化、人才等各層面的交流與鍊結。
To promote the “New Southbound Policy" of the Executive Yuan, Republic of China (Taiwan), the Ministry of Science and Technology encourages domestic universities and academic research institutions to set up "Overseas Science and Technology Innovation Center" in Southeast Asia and South Asian countries and to enhance the relationship between Taiwan and Southeast Asia and South Asian countries in the fields of substantive scientific research and technological innovation by multiple and flexible ways. Currently, 12 projects have been approved, including the project of India, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and other countries.
Purpose of this project is based on the experience of Directorate-General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics in conducting surveys to assist Myanmar in facilitating research and data analysis on economic related issues. According to the current New Southbound Policy, international trade cooperation, talents exchange, information sharing and regional economic linkage are the four main goals. This project is regarded as a comprehensive cooperative framework project between Taiwan and Myanmar to promote the four goals in one. National Chi Nan University and the main Chamber of Commerce in Myanmar, the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (UMFCCI) will work closely to set up a research center in Yangon, Myanmar based on the concept of information sharing to introduce the international standard survey system of Directorate-General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics in Taiwan to carry out data collection and analysis on economic related issues. Consequently this joint project will involve professional and technical personnel exchange and exchange of visits on both sides.
The collected results from surveys not only will serve as the fundamentals for Myanmar public and private sectors for policies design and decisions making, but also allow us to have better understandings on business development process in Myanmar and therefore help us to expand business in, and trade with, Myanmar. Our assistance in collecting data and analyzing results in Myanmar will in turn enhance our economic relationship with neighboring countries in the regions. Eventually, this project will strengthen our relationship with Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) member countries and South Asian countries over economic affair, international trade, education, regulation, technology, culture and talents exchange at all aspects.