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Investors’ road Into yangon stIll rocky despIte regIme’s reforms

Published on January 5th, 2014

Reform of the hard-line Myanmar regime and moves to open up the economy have piqued foreign investors’ interest, but a shortage of office space and poor infrastructure still make the country’s…

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