Asia's Last Frontier Opens For Business
Myanmar, a country of 60 million people formerly known as Burma, was closed to the world for more than two decades after a military coup took over in the 1960s. Now, the country, which is being called the last frontier of emerging markets, is moving forward with democratic reforms. Bloomberg’s Carole Zimmer reports. This story received a New York Press Club Special Reporting Award as part of the series “Emerging Economies Race to Compete” exploring strategies for growth in the newly emerging democratic tilt of Myanmar and the role of family planning and health care policies in Ethiopia.