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Burmese tourism plan to be unveiled in March

Friday, 04 January 2013 12:30 Khin Myo Thwe

The serenity and culture at Inle lake is fast making the area a popular destination for foreign visitors. But is tourism growth at the lake sustainable? (PHOTO: Xiao Ting Shirley/ Mizzima)

Aung Kyaw Moe, the secretary of the Myanmar Hotelier Association (Inle Zone), said that full details of the Myanmar Travel and Tourism Project Plan will be announced on time in March.

“The main task of this project has been carried out with funding supplied by Norway,” he said. “The Asia Green Development Bank has given technical support, and experts from Germany … have also been involved.”

The project aims at introducing a comprehensive plan that will create employment opportunities, develop human resources and reduce poverty, the Association has said, plus it will outline rules and regulations concerning the travel and tourism industry.
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