It wanted to upgrade its infrastructure, develop weak industries and, of course, create significant job opportunities.Once it became obvious there was an “assistance gap” with the Western nations and Japan, while Beijing was proactively engaging in the belt and road, Myanmar turned its attention to China.
He urged Suu Kyi to refrain from excessive use of force and show utmost sensitivity to protect civilians.Erdoğan also informed the Myanmarese leader regarding his talks with world leaders over the issue, including the U. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and Bangladeshi President Abdul Hamid.However, in Myanmar, most CCTV channels are available, especially CCTV2, the counterpart of America’ s CNBC, whose mission is to inform viewers about the Chinese economic and financial situation.Access to CCTV2 keeps the Myanmese well informed about the development of China.President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan spoke Tuesday with Myanmar's State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi over the ongoing humanitarian crisis involving Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence and persecution in the Rakhine state.
According to Turkish presidency sources, Erdoğan told Suu Kyi that increase in human rights violations against Rohingya Muslims causes great concern for the world and Muslim countries.
Despite significant affluence in major metropolitan areas such as Yangon, overall, the country has a weak services sector and depends heavily on imports for much of its industrial needs, such as steel, concrete and even daily necessities.
The present government is aware of the country’s shortcomings, and had sought the assistance of Western nations, such as the US, Japan and those in Europe.
China today has surged to become the global leader of the so-called omnipresent economy.
In a nutshell, this economy is the result of the amalgamation of the mobile network and smart devices with built-in security.
It is probably not an exaggeration to say that the belt and road is greatly assisted by, if not largely standing on, the omnipresent economy platform.