Myanmar's new economic zone attracts foreign interest but local ire

Myanmar's new economic zone attracts foreign interest but local ire
 

YANGON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Looking north from Myint Win's farm, across rice paddies and past bamboo huts, a massive new industrial development on the outskirts of Myanmar's biggest city gleams in the distance.
The buildings sprang up during the first phase of developing the Thilawa Special Economic Zone (SEZ), a 6,200 acre (2,500-hectare) industrial project that is a joint venture between the governments of Myanmar and Japan and some private consortia.
The factories that have been built produce everything from children's toys to clothing, medical supplies to electronics.
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18 October 2016 in World News, Views: 33
Source: Reuters
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