The Asian Development Bank (ADB) at the beginning of August revealed it had "taken another step toward re-engagement with Myanmar by opening an office and dispatching staff in the country".
The ADB has not had operations in the country since 1998, although Myanmar has participated in ADB-assisted regional activities since then via its membership of the Greater Mekong Subregion programme.
"Establishing an office in Myanmar allows us to deepen our understanding of the challenges facing the country
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