The Myanmar government is looking to restart development and infrastructure projects with China, as well as accelerating bilateral economic and technical cooperation, Global Times reported.
Yangon said that Myanmar is willing to prioritise implementation of projects involving China’s development assistance of 3.8 billion yuan ($596 million), including infrastructure in environment, rural transport and improved medical access.
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