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The Economic Transition in Myanmar: Towards Inclusive, People Centered and Sustainable Economic Growth

The Economic Transition in Myanmar: Towards Inclusive, People Centered and Sustainable Economic Growth
Date:
13 August 2013
Authors:
Anita Prakash
Tags:
Urban Development

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Myanmar has embarked on an ambitious program of sweeping reforms to end its isolation and integrate its economy with the global system. In this reform period, Myanmar faces the challenge to remain on the course ofreforms and openness while pursuing its economic growth. The Challenges of this transition can be met with a development model which is inclusive, people centered and sustainable.

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