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In 2010 Government announced a new policy for car sector, aiming to renovate the car park, one of the oldest in the world in common with Cuba, with in…

Ajarn Donald‘s insight:

Half a century of authoritarian rule, isolation and crippling sanctions have left Myanmar’s streets with one of the world’s oldest vehicle fleets, dominated by wheezing Japanese cars from the 1980s — or older. Government tried to liberalize the market acting as dabbler.

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