BBC World News: Myanmar’s violent crackdown and its impact on the economy

BBC World News

The Myanmar junta’s violent response to civil disobedience — and its effect of the economy. It’s a tough time for doing business in Myanmar. The economy was already struggling with the impacts of the pandemic — and has been hit hard by almost daily protests. So how are local companies coping? Lucy Hockings spoke to businesswoman Thiri Thant Mon who’s based in Yangon.

DAWN Board member Thiri Thant Mon speaks to BBC World News. 

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