Burma is open for new foreign investment following the suspension of European and U.S. sanctions against the military-led government.

​​Burma is changing and so is its relationship with the West. Pro-democracy advocate Aung Sung Suu Kyi is now a member of parliament.  U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is an honored guest.  And Western leaders say the political reforms warrant the gradual reopening of relations.

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