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Economy

Suu Kyi's party drops first hints on plans

An oil tanker is docked at a new wharf in Myanmar's Thilawa special economic zone. The nation's growth prospects are stirring hopes and, in the NLD's view, some unrealistic expectations. (Photo by Steve Tickner)

YANGON -- Myanmar's constitution makes it unlikely that Aung San Suu Kyi will become president after elections scheduled for late 2015, but her National League for Democracy is the favorite to emerge as the country's biggest party.

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