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Myanmar Crisis

Myanmar junta strives to 'normalize' post-coup economy

ATM and internet access resumes but enduring protests blur recovery outlook

Bank account holders wait to withdraw cash on April 27 in Yangon. The suspension of banking services has paralyzed economic activity.

BANGKOK -- Myanmar's junta is striving to "normalize" the nation's economy now that three months have passed since the coup on Feb. 1.

The regime has partially eased restrictions on internet access and shown a plan to drop charges against prosecuted civil servants that will allow them to return to work.

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