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(Reuters) -If you need cash in Myanmar, you have to get up early. Queues start forming outside banks at 4 a.m., where the first 15 or 30 customers are given a plastic token that will allow them to enter the bank when it opens at 9:30 a.m. and withdraw cash, according to more than a dozen people who spoke to Reuters.
YANGON (Reuters): If you need cash in Myanmar, you have to get up early. Queues start forming outside banks at 4am, where the first 15 or 30 customers are given a plastic token that will allow them to enter the bank when it opens at 9.30am and withdraw cash, according to more than a dozen people who spoke to Reuters.
The European Union is ready to offer its support to all parties to help restore democracy in Myanmar, the bloc's high representative have informed the Asean states.
The dual impacts of the pandemic and Myanmar’s political crisis triggered by a military coup could result in nearly half the population, or as many as 25 million people, dropping into poverty by 2022, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) warns.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Mother and household assistant Hartini, 33, saw her home’s internet spending swell severalfold last year to support her two sons’ distance learning as public schools closed down amid the pandemic.
TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) - Hondurans on Sunday will vote to choose candidates for November elections to replace outgoing President Juan Orlando Hernandez, whose eight years in power have been increasingly mired by corruption allegations.
PETALING JAYA: An accurate reflection of the country’s socio-economic demographics is vital to the national effort in eradicating poverty, a task made tougher in the Covid-19 economic landscape.
JAKARTA: Three out of four Indonesian households experienced an income reduction last year as breadwinners either lost jobs, switched to informal jobs or closed businesses during the pandemic while government assistance for small businesses remained limited, a recent survey has found.