Burma’s president
targets corruption

Burmese president Thein Sein has established a nine-member anti-corruption team in his latest reform for the country’s newly-liberalised economy.

Burmese president Thein Sein has established a nine-member anti-corruption team in his latest reform for the country’s newly-liberalised economy.

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The Action Committee Against Corruption will be headed by one of the country’s two vice presidents.