Myanmar and India have signed an air services agreement (ASA) to “enhance direct air connectivity and facilitate easy business interaction, tourism and people-to people exchanges,” the governments said in a joint statement. India’s prime minister Manmohan Singh signed the ASA during a state visit to Myanmar by. In all, 12 agreements were reached. Few details were released; however, The Wall Street Journal reported the ASA would give Indian carriers fifth freedom rights, ...

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