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22 Aug 2016

Myanmar: Aung San Suu Kyi visits China, yet to offer clear solution for suspended controversial Myitsone dam project

"…[D]espite Aung San Suu Kyi’s largely successful visit to China as Myanmar’s de facto leader...suspension of the US$3.6 billion Myitsone project on the Irrawaddy River...[due to local concerns over its environmental impacts]…topped the agenda for Suu Kyi’s five-day visit.…Suu Kyi promised to find a resolution that “suits both sides’ interests” but refused to give a detailed timetable…Suu Kyi’s [NLD] government established a new commission to evaluate the suspended Myitsone dam and other controversial hydropower projects….[T]he commission’s first report was not expected until mid-November, while a full study of the dam’s potential effects could take three to four years to complete…"