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Myanmar's stock market cracks open door to foreigners

Lower barriers and more listings key to drawing overseas investors

New rules permit foreign residents and nonresidents to open accounts at domestic brokerages, through which participants invest. (Photo by Yuichi NItta)

YANGON -- Foreign investors were allowed into Myanmar's fledgling stock market on Monday, stoking hopes that the infusion of international funds will breathe new life into the country's economy.

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