Myanmar; Staff-Monitored Program
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KeywordsExchange rate regimes; External payments arrears; External borrowing; Economic indicators; Economic growth; Monetary policy; Myanmar; Fiscal policy; Fiscal reforms; Floating exchange rates; Staff-monitored programs; central bank; external debt; private banks; current account; exchange rate;
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