Relaxation of restrictions on investment in Burma

Relaxation of restrictions on investment in Burma

Walnut Grove : WA : USA | May 18, 2012 at 10:48 PM PDT
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Secretary Clinton Delivers Remarks on Burma

The United States in Burma the political reforms there after the sanctions imposed on investment in 22 years, after the ambassador of one of his appointment there.

The United States step in Burma recent political reforms in the is raised.

On the other hand American Foreign minister Hillary Clinton has said that the sanctions on Burma with regard to law and will stay.

In 1000 in Burma two thousand 10 supported the army and civilian government was established in this historic by-elections, in which pro democracy leader San struggle part of the democratic party's national league for the bureaucracy and part of success.

The civilian government control on Burma still full not ended in the country and violations of human rights.

The Foreign Minister of Burma uuna mug color to the journalists after a meeting with Clinton has said in a joint news conference 'us from investors that he would invest in Burma but this investment should be with the responsibility. "He said 'We insurance policy on the necessary laws but would continue our purpose and commitment in Burma to trade and investment opportunities for the better. Burma, the Foreign Minister said that the policy to wringDerek convener of the American Ambassador in Burma will beappointed.

The American president by the American congress obama has said that political prisoners in Burma and against human rights, are still worried.

European Union has already imposed on Burma sanctions removed to which the leader of the democracy struggle Lance was welcomed.

The last two decades to Lance termed as political prisoners in Burma was kept closed in and was released in.

In the leadership of the party's national league for democracy last month forty-three seats in the parliamentary election success.

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Relaxation of restrictions on investment in Burma.
Relaxation of restrictions on investment inBurma
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