YANGON/NAYPYITAW – At the beginning of this year, Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi sat down with one of her advisers to go through priorities for the coming months. She began with an apology for the slow pace of economic reform.
“You must be very disappointed,” she said. “You know, my plan had been that we would get the peace process done and then I would be able to bring my attention — personally — to the economy.”
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