Myanmar announces exemptions from forex order; eyes new energy investments

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SINGAPORE – Myanmar’s junta will exempt companies working within the nation’s sole particular financial zone (SEZ) and all different authorized companies from a draconian international trade order, a prime economics official stated on Thursday (April 21).

The junta’s Minister of Investment and Foreign Economic Relations, Mr Aung Naing Oo, disclosed this whereas chatting with journalists at a digital press convention addressing Myanmar’s worsening energy shortages.

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