“Although SEZs represent a way to compensate an overall poor investment climate creating attractive conditions in specific locations, they alone cannot be appropriate substitute for improving infrastructure and the general investment climate: Myanmar still lacks necessary legal/institutional framework and policy mechanism are needed to accelerate industrial development.”
Giuseppe Gabusi (T.wai & University of Torino) and Michele Boario (T.wai & United Nations Industrial Development Organization) are the authors of the article “Industrial Policy and Special Economic Zones: Engaging Transformation in a Globalised World” in the first edition of “Myanmar. Politics, Economy and Society“, an overview of the complex historical and ethnic dynamics that have shaped contemporary Myanmar, edited by Adam Simpson and Nicholas Farrelly.
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