Burma attracts major corporations as it opens its market


With reforms underway and sanctions suspended in Burma, many of the world's biggest companies are making a beeline for the country.

With rich natural resources, a strategic location and a large population embracing change, it is not hard to see why.

The BBC's Jonathan Head reports on why Burma is becoming increasingly attractive to potential investors.

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