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Bilateral Agreements

Financing Agreement (Reengagement and Reform Support Credit) Between the International Development Association and the Government of Myanmar, Januaryy 22, 2013.

Parties: International Development Association, Government of Myanmar

Purpose: Providing financing support of the Program.

Main Agreements: The parties agree to extend a credit of SDR 287,750,00 in support of the Program to support macroeconomic stability, public financial management and to enhance the investment climate.


Research Papers

Turnell, Sean. "Burma's Economy 2010: A Fresh Look at Some Elemental Issues," Burma Economic Watch (2010).
Summary: "This paper explores the fundamentals of Burma's economy, examining concerns over economic growth, public finances, monetary and financial policies, international trade and investment, [loans], privatisation actions, and post-Cyclone Nargis aid."  [Author]

Turnell, Sean. "Dissecting the Data: Burma’s Macroeconomy at the Cusp of the 2010 ‘Elections’," (2010).

Summary: "Burma's macroeconomy is unbalanced, unstable and largely without the institutions and attributes necessary to achieve transformational growth. Employing new data and techniques selected to gaze through the characteristic information fog, this paper aims to examine the fundamentals of Burma's macroeconomy." [Author]



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