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VOA News
November 08, 2012 5:55 PM
Burma's roads were once a strange showcase for extremely expensive, decades-old cars kept running through home-grown ingenuity. But in recent years economic reforms have drastically changed the car market.

Signs of Economic Reform on Burma’s Roads

VOA News

Published November 08, 2012

Burma's roads were once a strange showcase for extremely expensive, decades-old cars kept running through home-grown ingenuity. But in recent years economic reforms have drastically changed the car market.


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