Myanmar eyes return of tourism, investment to buoy struggling economy: junta official

Myanmar’s military government is hoping that an imminent reopening of international borders will further spur what it believes are signs of returning business confidence following the February 1 coup, a senior official has said.Maung Maung Ohn, the junta’s information minister, said in an interview with This Week In Asia that authorities were planning to begin reopening land border crossings with Thailand and China by January.After that, Myanmar plans to restart international commercial air…


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