World Bank President Jim Yong Kim at the Shwedagon Pagoda in Myanmar during his visit to the country in January 2014. The Washington, D.C.-based financial institution resumed its engagement with the Myanmar in 2012. Photo by: Aye Zaw Myo / World Bank / CC BY-NC-ND

 

Since opening up to the international community in 2011, Myanmar has steadily implemented political and economic reforms needed to transition from authoritarian rule to democratic governance, from violence to peace, and from a centrally directed to a market-oriented economy.

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