Japan to provide $7.73 billion in aid to Myanmar, PM Abe says

and drive it forward,” Abe told a joint news conference in Tokyo with Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi. The rest of the aid would be spent on areas such as airports and electricity projects, Japanese officials said. Suu Kyi is visiting Japan to court …
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