Myanmar has the potential to quadruple the value of its economy to $200 billion by 2030 if it presses on with reforms, embraces technology and shifts away from agriculture.
Pervasive entrenched corruption has also been identified as a major impediment effecting growth in Myanmar which ranks 172nd out of 174 economies on Transparency International's Corruption Perception Index of 2012 (CPI).
Corruption is identified as the top impediment to conducting business in 22 out of 144 economies, as measured in the World Economic Forum's Global Competitiveness Report.
The fight against corruption is strategically crucial for business. Citizens across the world have taken to the streets to demand decisive action from their governments.
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