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Recent economic growth in Myanmar has been relatively low for its level of income. The OECD’s medium-term growth forecasts indicate that without structural change the economy can grow at an average of 6.3% over 2013-17, somewhat below the government’s 7.7% target for between now and 2015.
To achieve this goal, and also set the foundations for solid and sustainable development, short-term actions for growth and poverty reduction should be appropriately sequenced with institutional change initiatives that promote democratic consolidation, systematic increases in productivity and equitable distribution of opportunities and income.
Presentation of the publication:
18 July 2013, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
UMFCCI, 29 Min Ye Kyaw Swar Road, Lanmadaw Township, Yangon
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