Myanmar touted its dramatic post-junta reforms Wednesday in a bid to entice foreign investors as hundreds of world leaders and industry chiefs visited the long-isolated nation for Asia's edition of the World Economic Forum.
People drive past a billboard advertising the 22nd World Economic Forum on East Asia, in Naypyidaw, June 3, 2013. Myanmar is touting its dramatic post-junta reforms in a bid to entice foreign investors as hundreds of world leaders and industry chiefs visit the long-isolated nation for Asia's edition of the World Economic Forum.
Some 900 delegates from more than 50 countries gathered in the capital Naypyidaw for the three-day WEF on East Asia -- a regional version of the annual gathering of business and political luminaries in the Swiss resort of Davos.
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