The most likely outcome of the economic turmoil triggered by the coup is a period of slow economic growth and joblessness, even as inflation rises and the value of the kyat continues to slide against the US dollar.
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The most likely outcome of the economic turmoil triggered by the coup is a period of slow economic growth and joblessness, even as inflation rises and the value of the kyat continues to slide against the US dollar.
As part of the NLD government’s plans to bring Universal Health Coverage to Myanmar by 2030, the Sun Quality Health Network has opened its doors to the poorest of the poor, offering subsidised health care to communities used to going without proper treatment.

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ပြီးခဲ့သည့် ဒီဇင်ဘာလကတည်းက ဖမ်းဆီးခံထားရသည့် ရိုက်တာသတင်းထောက်နှစ်ဦးဖြစ်သူ ကိုဝလုံးနှင့် ကိုကျော်စိုးဦးတို့အား စွဲချက်တင်ရန် တရားရုံးက လက်ခံလိုက်သည်။

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