Myanmar’s Corruption Legacy Shadows Opening to InvestorsFlavia Krause-Jackson
For Zaw Naing, 40, who sells satellite imagery to Myanmar’s government, teeing off on the golf course with any of the former generals running the country is essential to sealing deals. Sometimes, he has to do more.
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