All eyes have been on real estate operator Yoma Strategic since Myanmar – where it is headquartered – was declared a state of emergency on Feb 1.

The move which is slated to last for a year, comes as the military has alleged discrepancies in the votes secured by Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy party in the recent November 2020 elections.

The political instability and disruptions to businesses are believed to affect the medium-term investment sentiment and economic growth in Myanmar.

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