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The law Is now on Investors’ sIde

Published on January 5th, 2014

The Burmese government has made an encouraging start to overhauling Myanmar’s antiquated foreign investment legal framework, says Benjamin Hirasawa, a consultant with international law firm DLA Piper. So much so,…

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