Demonstrators march during a protest in Mandalay. Business activity in Myanmar has plummeted since the coup. Photo: EPA-EFE Demonstrators march during a protest in Mandalay. Business activity in Myanmar has plummeted since the coup. Photo: EPA-EFE
Demonstrators march during a protest in Mandalay. Business activity in Myanmar has plummeted since the coup. Photo: EPA-EFE

Myanmar crisis: leave or stay? Taiwan, Hong Kong expats among the foreigners counting the cost of doing business

  • Foreign investors face pressure to suspend business with the junta while expat workers have left due to post-coup instability, including cash shortages
  • Animosity towards Beijing in Myanmar has boiled over, leaving many Chinese nationals anxious that they will be targeted further after a spate of arson attacks on manufacturing plants

Topic |   Hong Kong expats
Demonstrators march during a protest in Mandalay. Business activity in Myanmar has plummeted since the coup. Photo: EPA-EFE Demonstrators march during a protest in Mandalay. Business activity in Myanmar has plummeted since the coup. Photo: EPA-EFE
Demonstrators march during a protest in Mandalay. Business activity in Myanmar has plummeted since the coup. Photo: EPA-EFE
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