Myanmar dam project raises environmental concerns

A commission set up by Myanmar's government is due to report on a controversial dam project that has been suspended for several years.

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    A commission set up by Myanmar's government is due to report on a controversial dam project that has been suspended for several years.

    There are fears the Myitsone Dam in northern Kachin State will damage the environment and not actually provide power to the people.

    Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from Kachin State.


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