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Myanmar’s economy disrupted due to international pressure

Tanzim Taqrim Arnob

Due to international criticism and pressure on the Rohingya issue, the Rakhine state, full of natural resources, is going to face dire economic crisis. After the end of military rule, the government expected huge foreign investments in the country. But due to the Rohingya crisis, some Western companies have already postponed their investments or decided to review. The crisis has been created in the tourism sector of the country as well. Apart from Rakhine state government and the central government, there has been a lot of tension in the large projects.Last week, the United Nations and the United States indicated a strong position against Myanmar about the Rohingya crisis. In the Security Council meeting of the United Nations, the secretary general of the organization urged Rakhine to immediately stop the operation. The United States has called for arms embargo against Myanmar. Earlier, regional and ASEAN countries agreed to ‘stop ongoing violence’ now.

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