According to a report released on January 26,

the Myanmar economy is anticipated to expand by just 1% in 2022, as estimated by the World Bank.

The forecast reflects that the Burmese economy is extremely weak, despite the fact that some sectors are showing signs of stabilization, according to the World Bank.
Mariam Shaman, director of Cambodia and Laos for the World Bank, stated, “For the majority of people in Burma, the current situation and the outlook for the future remain worrying.”First and foremost, the ongoing conflict is troubling from a humanitarian perspective, and it may have an impact on businesses.
Myanmar’s economic growth, which was impacted by the first wave of Kovis, is anticipated to return to 7.2 percent in the 2020-2021 fiscal year, according to a World Bank report released in July 2020 under the previous civilian government.
In a report for 2021, the World Bank projects that Myanmar’s economy will shrink by 18 percent.
Additionally, the report stated that economic growth would have been 30% lower if the Kovis-19 pandemic and military coup had not occurred.
The World Bank says that while traffic is beginning to stabilize, revenues from retail, recreation, and transportation are still 30% below pre-epidemic levels.In addition, the impact on incomes and employment kept consumer demand low.
Operations are still hampered by demand and input weaknesses;decrease in agricultural production;A World Bank report says that rising commodity prices and less access to credit could make food security worse.
The World Bank gauges that the drawn out consequence of a tactical overthrow could hamper Myanmar’s drawn out improvement, and that destitution levels are presently over two times that of the Kovis-19 pandemic.