Burma pp 159-181 | Cite as

Priorities for Burma’s Development: the Role of International Aid

Part of the St. Antony’s series book series


In July 1988, in the waning hours of the Burma Socialist Programme Party (BSPP), the ruling elite made two important decisions that were both implemented following the military coup of 18 September 1988. Both profoundly affected the economic structure of the state.


Foreign Investment Asian Development Bank Economic Liberalisation Foreign Exchange Reserve Military Coup 
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