Asia

Clinton, Thein Sein Encourage New US Investment in Burmai
|| 0:00:00
X
Scott Stearns
July 13, 2012 9:16 PM
Secretary Clinton and President Thein Sein met ahead of a business forum in Cambodia meant to encourage greater U.S. investment in Southeast Asia. VOA's Scott Stearns has this report.

Clinton, Thein Sein Encourage New US Investment in Burma

Published July 13, 2012

Secretary Clinton and President Thein Sein met ahead of a business forum in Cambodia meant to encourage greater U.S. investment in Southeast Asia. VOA's Scott Stearns has this report.


You May Like

China Investigates Former Powerful Security Chief

Former security chief and member of Politburo Standing Committee, Zhou Yongkang, under investigation for suspected 'serious disciplinary violation' More

India, US Look to Reset Ties During Kerry Visit

This week's talks will be first high level interaction between two countries since Prime Minister Narendra Modi took charge More

Video Young African Leadership Program Renamed to Honor Mandela

YALI program, launched by President Obama in 2010, aims to build skills in business, entrepreneurship, public management and civic leadership More