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Myanmar: Cooking oil ban removed

According to The Irrawaddy News, seven brands of cooking oil that had been banned for health reasons in Myanmar are now on sale again in Yangon after government authorities recommended their sale in the market.

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  • Denys Goldthorpe

    Its apparent someone has paid Thitsaphout Than Shwe a bribe. Thitsaphout will himself never use that oil. He knows it bad for human consumption. After all he is happy for food contamination for the poor people of Burma, but certainly not for himself or his co conspirators in crime.

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