SINGAPORE (June 21): When Nobel Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi swept to victory in Myanmar’s 2015 polls against the then-ruling Union Solidarity and Development Party, euphoria and expectations were high.

Growth forecast was at 8-9%, and Myanmar’s economy was poised to boom.

But, fast forward four years, and the euphoria seems to have faded.

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