Myanmar introduces measures to stabilise currency

MYANMAR - Deciding to dine out in Myanmar will no longer be a headache of currency proportions for many diners in the country, reports Channel News Asia.

Hotels and food outlets are looking forward to the return of more local customers with new measures introduced by the Central Bank to stabilise the currency, the Kyat.

The Kyat lost nearly 20 percent of its value over the last half year, causing many in the country to tighten their belts.

Recent border closures with Thailand have hit the Kyat hard

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