Aung Naing Oo, an official at the Myanmar Investment Commission.
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Myanmar wants foreign investment to create jobs

As Myanmar's economy has opened up, it has become far more attractive to foreign investors.

The country attracted less than a billion dollars worth of foreign direct investment in 2010, but recent government figures suggest it could be five times that much in the current financial year.

Our correspondent Jonah Fisher spoke to Aung Naing Oo, an official from the Myanmar Investment Commission in the capital Naypitaw.

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