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Suu Kyi pushes for investment in Myanmar as Rohingya crisis deepens

Two laws set to take effect by June will make it easier for foreign companies to put money in the country

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Buddhist monks and other people protesting while a Malaysian NGO's aid ship carrying food and emergency supplies for Rohingya Muslims arrives at the port in Yangon, Myanmar on Feb 9. The United Nations' refugee agency said that more than 60,000 Rohingya are believed to have sought safety in Bangladesh since October 2016.

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AUNG San Suu Kyi's government in Myanmar is moving to attract more foreign investment as a refugee crisis makes companies wary of setting up shop in the South-east Asian nation.

Two laws set to take effect by June will make it easier for foreign companies to put money in

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