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Myanmar prepares for tourism boom

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NAY PYI TAW : Myanmar's government yesterday unveiled a seven-year tourism master plan worth US$500 million to help the country upgrade its competitiveness. 

Simon Cooper (seated left) of Marriott International, Sonu Shivdasani (centre) of Soneva and Tony Fernandes of AirAsia at the World Economic Forum yesterday.

The plan, drawn up with the Asian Development Bank and Norway's government, also outlines 38 development projects including the protection of environmentally important areas and safeguarding ethnic communities.

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