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As foreign investment continues to flow into Myanmar, CT asks Bernard Lui, partner of Stamford Law Corporation in Singapore, to outline the key risks of registering a joint venture company in the new frontier.
The US has kicked the deadline to hit FATCA regulations down the road; Burma has promised more central bank autonomy by splitting its ties with the finance ministry; the Reserve Bank of India fiddles again with FX ...