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Introduction1
GDP Growth Rate
Structure of GDP
Per Capita GDP and the Question of Catching-Up
Patern of Household Consumption Expenditure
Export Commodities
Infation
The Exchange Rate
Rethinking Policy and Implications for Regional Integration
Concluding Remarks
Appendix
About the Author
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Myint (2010) Myanmar Economy_A Comparative View.pdf

Myint (2010) Myanmar Economy_A Comparative View.pdf

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Myanmar Economy: A Comparative View is an Asia Paper published by the Institute for
Security and Development Policy. The Asia Papers Series is the Occasional Paper series
of the Institute’s Asia Program, and addresses topical and timely subjects. The Institute is based in Stockholm, Sweden, and cooperates closely with research centers worldwide. Through its Silk Road Studies Program, the Institute runs a joint Transatlantic Research and Policy Center with the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute of Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies. The Institute is firmly established as a leading research and policy center, serving a large and diverse community of analysts, scholars,
policy-watchers, business leaders, and journalists. It is at the forefront of research on issues of conflict, security, and development. Through its applied research, publications, research cooperation, public lectures, and seminars, it functions as a focal point for academic, policy, and public discussion.
Myanmar Economy: A Comparative View is an Asia Paper published by the Institute for
Security and Development Policy. The Asia Papers Series is the Occasional Paper series
of the Institute’s Asia Program, and addresses topical and timely subjects. The Institute is based in Stockholm, Sweden, and cooperates closely with research centers worldwide. Through its Silk Road Studies Program, the Institute runs a joint Transatlantic Research and Policy Center with the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute of Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies. The Institute is firmly established as a leading research and policy center, serving a large and diverse community of analysts, scholars,
policy-watchers, business leaders, and journalists. It is at the forefront of research on issues of conflict, security, and development. Through its applied research, publications, research cooperation, public lectures, and seminars, it functions as a focal point for academic, policy, and public discussion.

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