People ride on a motorcycle on Maungmagan beach near the town of Dawei in southern Myanmar November 19, 2011. Picture taken November 19, 2011. As the former British colony embarks on its most dramatic changes since the military took power in what was then known as Burma in a 1962 coup, mega-projects like the 250 sq km (97 sq mi) Dawei Special Economic Zone hint at even more significant changes ahead. Major road and rail routes from the industrial zone, built by Thailand's biggest construction company, Italian-Thai Development Plc, link Dawei's port to China, India and Southeast Asia, creating

People ride on a motorcycle on Maungmagan beach near the town of Dawei in southern Myanmar November 19, 2011. Picture taken November 19, 2011. As the former British colony embarks on its most dramatic changes since the military took power in what was then known as Burma in a 1962 coup, mega-projects like the 250 sq km (97 sq mi) Dawei Special Economic Zone hint at even more significant changes ahead. Major road and rail routes from the industrial zone, built by Thailand's biggest construction company, Italian-Thai Development Plc, link Dawei's port to China, India and Southeast Asia, creating  Banque D'Images
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18 décembre 2011

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