How Myanmar's Elections Could Dampen Its Investment Climate

Dec 10, 2019 | 20:10 GMT
Myanmar army generals Tun Tun Nyi, Soe Naing Oo and Zaw Min Tun (left to right) discuss their intent to thwart constitutional changes by the governing National League for Democracy.

Maj. Gen. Tun Tun Nyi, Maj. Gen. Soe Naing Oo and Brig. Gen. Zaw Min Tun (left to right) of Myanmar's military information committee discuss their intent to thwart attempts by leader Aung San Suu Kyi's party to alter the "essence" of the country's constitution at a news conference in February 2019.

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A tumultuous run-up to the late 2020 vote and a more fragmented postelection government could inhibit reforms that would draw more foreign capital, giving China room to amplify its influence over its southern neighbor....

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