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Myanmar: New Currency Note Issued

The government of Myanmar had announced on state television and radio that a new currency note of 5000 Ks. will be issued starting from October 1st, 2009.

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  • Denys Goldthorpe

    Apparently the price for the Burmese people to just live is getting more expensive. (Thitsaphout Than Shwe) doesn’t care if people can live or not he will be able to afford that worthless bank note, the ink and paper has got more value than the note itself.

  • Its seems Burmese people will have more expensive life,as myanmar,i have been worries about our new genaration,these military junta and whoever work for stupid than shwe must go to hell,i just want to know are they really get peace,worth,happinest in their life?Or they just only rules whatever will make them rich and of course their generation dogs as well.And our people have stay with pains,fears,tears.The education need to be change for long term plan.Business should open!Well just prey(kan kan ei ah kyo)it will turns to them as pain and never gonna get out.

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