Myanmar President Thein Sein said he has little doubt that the sweeping changes he has undertaken in the past two years will continue to grow in the future, regardless of who is in power.
"We can say the reforms have accelerated and gained momentum," the president said Thursday in an exclusive interview with CNBC at his presidential palace in the administrative capital, Naypyitaw. "We only have three years left in our mandate, but I firmly believe the incoming government will maintain the reforms we have gained so far."
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