Naing has worked on the Thai-Burma border in the areas of political reforms including democracy, human rights, national reconciliation and economic development.
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RegNet PhD scholar Naing Ko Ko has been quoted in the Myanmar Times on the challenges of financial reform for the new government in Myanmar.
In the article Naing Ko Ko argues that the government should be open on their 100-day plans and make clear solutions to the issues Myanmar faces including unemployment, inflation and currency stability. They must be also be clear and transparent, and key to this will be tackling corruption through a comprehensive anti-corruption plan.
Read the entire article in the Myanmar Times.