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    High Hopes for Economic Change in Myanmar Ethnic Areasi
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    Katie Arnold
    March 07, 2016 11:34 AM
    In less than a month, Myanmar's National League for Democracy will assume control of government and they do so with a huge mandate from the country’s ethnic minorities. As Katie Arnold reports, many of those ethnic groups are eagerly waiting to see what the new government will do for their lives.

    High Hopes for Economic Change in Myanmar Ethnic Areas

    Katie Arnold

    Published March 07, 2016

    In less than a month, Myanmar's National League for Democracy will assume control of government and they do so with a huge mandate from the country’s ethnic minorities. As Katie Arnold reports, many of those ethnic groups are eagerly waiting to see what the new government will do for their lives.


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