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More than one year since State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi took up the reins of a civilian-led government in Myanmar, C-suite executives surveyed by OBG remain broadly positive about the outlook for the country despite significant challenges and risks.
More than a year since State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi took up the reins of a civilian-led government in Myanmar, executives surveyed by Oxford Business Group remain broadly positive about the country’s outlook in spite of challenges and risks. Myanmar continues to enjoy inherent advantages that should allow it to remain the fastest-growing economy in ASEAN. The keys to success lie in the creation of a clear and transparent regulatory environment for attracting investment and financing the real economy, while also ensuring it capitalises on its position between China and India without becoming beholden to either.
With winter creeping into the northern hemisphere and many of our readers dreaming of taking a vacation in warmer climes, it is a good time to consider whether China’s holiday trends are powerful enough to affect international economies