Myanmar's Lagging Public Infrastructure

KAW HMU, MYANMAR - NOVEMBER 06: Young Myanmar teenagers sift through trash in a small dump looking for plastic bottles to recycle on November 6, 2015 in Kawhmu, near Yangon, Myanmar, an impoverished, rice-growing area with an estimated 80,000 registered voters. Despite rapid economic growth in cities, Myanmar's rural areas remain poor and underdeveloped. More than 30 million people will vote on Sunday, a poll which will determine the scope of its democratic transition. (Photo by Lauren DeCicca/Getty Images)
KAW HMU, MYANMAR - NOVEMBER 06: Young Myanmar teenagers sift through trash in a small dump looking for plastic bottles to recycle on November 6, 2015 in Kawhmu, near Yangon, Myanmar, an impoverished, rice-growing area with an estimated 80,000 registered voters. Despite rapid economic growth in cities, Myanmar's rural areas remain poor and underdeveloped. More than 30 million people will vote on Sunday, a poll which will determine the scope of its democratic transition. (Photo by Lauren DeCicca/Getty Images)
Myanmar's Lagging Public Infrastructure
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