Defectors and prisoners of war can be a valuable source of information to resistance forces, but intel can be difficult to verify, and they sometimes become a burden to their hosts.
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Defectors and prisoners of war can be a valuable source of information to resistance forces, but intel can be difficult to verify, and they sometimes become a burden to their hosts.
After the former military government embraced market reforms in the early 1990s, SAIL Advertising was the first Myanmar marketing company to cater to international clients. Times have changed. In transitional Myanmar, advertising agencies are ghting for business. Frontier asked SAIL founder Dr Anna Khin Khin Kyawt, who’s also president of the Myanmar Marketing Services Association, about the changing advertising market and the challenges ahead.

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