Burma: Trade Continues but Uncertainty Remains High

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   BM2021-0023

The military coup continues to negatively impact Burma’s economy. Arriving shipments, however, are being cleared, and trade is continuing in some fashion or another. The current unstable security situation, continued disruptions in the banking sector, Burma’s third wave of COVID-19, and logistical challenges are but a few of the ongoing obstacles that impedes economic stability in Burma. This report provides situational updates from Post’s May 2021 report.

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