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Legal Documents

State Budget Law, 2012. (in Burmese)

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National Plan for Financial Year 2012-13. (in Burmese)

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Research Papers

Kubo, Koji. "Restructuring the State Budget System for Disinflation and Exchange Rate Unification in Myanmar," IDE Discussion Paper 320 (2012).
Summary: "A close look at the state budget shows that the reform of the budet system for state economic enterprises (SEEs) is essential. Reforms need to hold the replacement of controlled prices including the official exchange rate with market prices in SEEs operations, and the seperation of the SEEs from the state buget. But seperating  the SEEs from the state budget will necessitet careful planning to cope with SEEs bankruptcies which would impose another fiscal burden on the government." [Abstract]
 

Reports

World Bank. Republic of the Union of Myanmar: Public Financial Management Performance Report. Washington: World Bank, 2013.

Purpose: To outline the Myanmar's Public Financial Performance.

Content: "This report provides the first comprehensive assessment of Myanmar’s Public Financial Management (PFM) system, based on the Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability PFM Performance Measurement Framework. The report aims principally to establish an objective baseline measure of current PFM conditions, highlighting areas of absolute and relative strength and weakness." [Author]

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