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Myanmar’s Economic Policy Priorities

Myanmar’s Economic Policy Priorities

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Myanmar’s leaders are pressing ahead with ambitious political change. But support for that process can evaporate quickly unless there is material improvement in ordinary people’s living standards. Carefully sequenced economic reforms are now a priority to generate broad-based growth in employment, incomes, and output. Over time, the economy will enter a virtuous circle of reform and growth, and Myanmar’s future will become decidedly more promising.
Myanmar’s leaders are pressing ahead with ambitious political change. But support for that process can evaporate quickly unless there is material improvement in ordinary people’s living standards. Carefully sequenced economic reforms are now a priority to generate broad-based growth in employment, incomes, and output. Over time, the economy will enter a virtuous circle of reform and growth, and Myanmar’s future will become decidedly more promising.

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Published by: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on Apr 26, 2013
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ASIA | NOVEMBER 2012
MYANMAR’S ECONOMIC POLICY PRIORITIES
Vikram Nehru
 
ASIA | NOVEMBER 2012
MYANMAR’S ECONOMIC POLICYPRIORITIES
Vikram Nehru
 
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