‘We’re struggling to make ends meet’: Myanmar’s economic woes

Since last year’s coup, Myanmar’s economy has been decimated due to safety and security concerns, rising commodity prices and inflation, as well as a lack of confidence in the junta’s economic policies. The situation is having a disastrous impact on millions of people’s lives.

This week’s story is by journalists from Frontier Myanmar.

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မနှစ်က စစ်တပ်အာဏာသိမ်းလိုက်ချိန်ကစလို့ ငွေကြေးဖောင်းပွပြီးကုန်ဈေးနှုန်းတက်လာတာအပြင် စစ်တပ်ရဲ့စီးပွားရေးမူဝါဒအပေါ်အယုံအကြည်မရှိတာကြောင့် လုံခြုံရေးနဲ့လုံခြုံမှုမရှိတဲ့ မြန်မာနိုင်ငံက စီးပွားရေးဟာ ကျဆင်းခဲ့ရပါပြီ။ ဒီအခြေအနေက သန်းပေါင်းများစွာသောလူတွေရဲ့ဘဝကို ဆိုးဆိုးရွား ရွားသက်ရောက်နေပါတယ်။ ဒီအပေါ်မှာ သာမာန်ပြည်သူတွေ၊ လုပ်ငန်းရှင်တွေဘယ်လိုရိုက်ခတ်မှုတွေကြုံရသလဲကို အပတ်စဉ်တင်ဆက်နေကြ Podcast လေးမှာ နားဆင်နိုင်ပါပြီ။

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