SINGAPORE (July 9): While most countries plunge into recession caused by Covid-19, Myanmar, with its relatively insulated economy, will still experience growth this year. However, the projected growth rates will be the lowest since the military junta handed over powers to U Thein Sein’s quasi-civilian government in 2011 and a subsequent economic boom took place.

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