Millions in Myanmar struggle to buy food as coup price hikes hit

Myanmar's economy and banking system have been paralysed since a military power-grab in February and livelihoods have been lost after strikes and factory closures. In a country which in normal times exports rice, beans and fruit, the World Food Programme has warned millions will go hungry in the coming months.

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