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Myanmar Economy: A Comparative View


  • U Myint


A stated objective of Myanmar is to become a modern developed nation that will stand shoulder to shoulder – proud, dignified and tall – with the countries of the world. How far has Myanmar come in achieving this goal, viewed from an economic perspective?2 Where does it stand at present in relation to other nations, and especially those in the Asian region? This paper attempts to provide some thoughts along these lines by looking at Myanmar’s official data on structure of GDP, inflation rate, exchange rate etc. [ISDP Asia paper}. URL:[].

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  • U Myint, 2012. "Myanmar Economy: A Comparative View," Working Papers id:4783, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:4783
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