part of India and for Myanmar," Myanmar Industry Minister Soe Thein said in an interview with Reuters in Naypyitaw. "We can't do it ourselves due to the lack of budget and problems in our financial sector." (Additional reporting by Satarupa Bhattacharjya, Anurag Kotoky and Frank Jack Daniel in New Delhi and Jason Szep in Naypyitaw; Editing by Robert Birsel and Jeremy Laurence)
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