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Burma Overhauls Financial Controls In Search of Growthi
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December 11, 2012 4:49 PM
Burma's financial sector suffered years of mismanagement under military rule. But more recently, the government has pushed through economic reforms that are remaking banks and revitalizing businesses. Burma's political changes are reviving hopes that the country's economy can become the next Asian tiger.

Burma Overhauls Financial Controls In Search of Growth

Published December 11, 2012

Burma's financial sector suffered years of mismanagement under military rule. But more recently, the government has pushed through economic reforms that are remaking banks and revitalizing businesses. Burma's political changes are reviving hopes that the country's economy can become the next Asian tiger.


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