A hundred days into the military coup that erased the democratic government in Myanmar, triggering furious street protests, the mildest adjective to describe the situation is stalemate.
The economy is in free fall and confidence is low. When banks open for business, people rush in, not to borrow or deposit money but to withdraw it. Multinational firms are under pressure to close, if not leave.
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