Focuses on the state's efforts to industrialize Myanmar, first through direct intervention and planning under a socialist economic framework as interpreted by the state leaders (1948-88) and lately (1989 onwards) through state-managed outward orientation.Thereafter, it continued to produce several hundred jeep-type vehicles a year as well as heavy trucks and buses in three ... several IZs had produced hundreds of jeep-type vehicles, light pick-up trucks, and light trucks that look like Jeep Wranglers, ... parts, electrical components, drive trains and chasis were imported from Thailand and China and manual assembly had ... In the year 2000, there were nearly 4, 700 registered private enterprises in the IZs, of which over 98 per cent wereanbsp;...
|Title||:||State Dominance in Myanmar|
|Author||:||Tin Maung Maung Than|
|Publisher||:||Institute of Southeast Asian Studies - 2007|