Myanmar dispatches: going to the bank during the coup is like 'catching a tiger in the Amazon rainforest' - JURIST - News - Legal News & Commentary

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JURIST EXCLUSIVE - One of the Myanmar law students reporting for JURIST considers the practical circumstances of everyday financial life in Myanmar under the military coup. Formerly straightforward everyday things like going to the bank are becoming increasingly difficult as the country's economic infrastructure grinds to a halt. She explains:


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