The Government's Framework for Economic and Social Reforms recognizes that maintaining a stable macroeconomic framework is the first order of reforms essential for achieving the overall reform agenda and that sound public financial management (including public debt management) will be critical to ensuring this.
Similarly, ADB's Interim Country Partnership Strategy for Myanmar identifies support for an enabling economic environment as a core priority including support for reforms that focus on fiscal sustainability, macroeconomic stability, and strengthening public finance.
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