Interest in Myanmar has become intense. Last month, Thein Sein became the first president of Myanmar to visit the White House in nearly 50 years, and leaders from British Prime Minister David Cameron to India's Manmohan Singh to Japan's Shinzo Abe have all visited Yangon.
Indeed, after years of absence, foreign governments are rushing to reopen their embassies in the country.
Moreover, multilateral organisations and former ministers from around the world are flocking to help the authorities make progress on their ambitious agenda, from expanding electricity provision to building their own governing capacity. Investors, too, are actively exploring opportunities.
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