Poverty reduction is normally associated with economic growth. The faster the growth the more rapid the poverty reduction. No growth typically means no reduction in poverty incidence, or even an increase. This paper analyses a recent five-year episode in Myanmar (formerly Burma) in which, somewhat surprisingly, poverty incidence declined substantially, but average real consumption expenditures barely changed.
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