“You have managed to put together a very informative issue, perhaps the most comprehensive so far, unless I have missed something in between. India’s weakness has proved to be China’s strength. We have been so weak in establishing communication links, and what we do has been of such unsatisfactory standards, that one feels ashamed. After travelling on the much touted Friendship Road built by India between Tamu on Manipur border and Kale, when some UN colleagues who were with me remarked is this the famous road, with potholes already appearing within a few years of its completion, I did not know where to look. We have to do better. Our plans look grand but execution is all so deficient. Compared to this, China inishes what it announces in record time. Look at the gas pipeline. We have to perk up, unless we want to fall irretrievably behind. But you are doing great.
Thanks very much.”
Bhaskar Barua, APPL
“Thank you for the latest Volume of Myanmar Matters– great reading and a lot of information.”
Sasanka Kumar Dutta, BTFF
“I must say that the second issue is as informative and as attractive as the first one. Personally I perceive a plethora of opportunities exist in Myanmar for entrepreneurs, professionals and the like. At this stage my feedback is limited to congratulations and best wishes only! I am ready and willing to participate and contribute in any such endeavours.”
“Interesting and fascinating coverage. Lot of material….Quite a bit of work.”
Partha Sen Gupta – Tata