KPMG Chairman Andrew on Myanmar

June 6 (Bloomberg) - Michael Andrew, chairman of KPMG International, the global accounting and professional services firm, talks about the challenges Myanmar faces as the southeast Asian economy opens up for foreign investments after half a century of military rule. Andrew speaks from the World Economic Forum on East Asia in Naypyidaw, Myanmar, with Haslinda Amin on Bloomberg Television's "Asia Edge." (Source: Bloomberg)
Canadians Take a Punt on Irish Gold
37:21 - It's a gold mine with huge potential. Curraghinalt, run by Toronto-based Dalradian Resources, contains around three million ounces of gold, well over $3 billion at today's prices. The quality is so good, Dalradian say they can continue their exploration and begin mining with an even lower gold price. But can they attract enough investment to get off the ground? Bloomberg’s Tom Gibson reports.
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