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Most employees of Japanese companies in Myanmar want Japan to impose some form of economic sanctions against the military-led government that forcibly took over the country three months ago, according to a new survey.

The results of the online survey, conducted by Japanese who operate businesses in Myanmar, showed that 95.2% of the 145 respondents favored such sanctions, while 89.7% agreed with Japan’s suspension of official development assistance (ODA).

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