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Room to grow in Myanmar

As the country opens up to foreign tourists, international hotel brands are rushing to improve its hospitality sector.

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More international hotel chains are being attracted to Myanmar, where hotel rooms are in short supply but demand is brisk. 

The Sule Pagoda is seen in the heart of central Yangon.

Glenn De Souza, the vice-president for international operations in Asia and the Middle East for the US hotel brand Best Western, said Myanmar still needs international-standard hotels and standardised hospitality services.

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