By  on May 21, 2013

WASHINGTON — The U.S. and Myanmar signed a Trade and Investment Framework Agreement here on Tuesday, launching a formal dialogue that could pave the way for the two countries to work toward a more comprehensive trade arrangement.

The U.S. is taking steps to renew economic ties with the country, formerly known as Burma, after the government made some reforms, including the release of political prisoners, enactment of labor laws permitting the formation of unions and passage of foreign investment laws.

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