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By 2018, US President Donald Trump said he would be visiting Myanmar at the beginning of his trip to Indochina to see Aung San Suu Kyi and Burma's officers in Naypyidaw and the US president said that American-Burmese ties had shifted from Obama's age into the Trump Age.
On September 27, 2007, the U.S. Treasury Department appointed 25 high-ranking Myanmar administration officers as the object of an Executive Order 13310 blockade. President George W. Bush on 19 October 2007 issued a new Executive Order (E.O. 13448), which extends the power to freeze property for persons guilty of violations of human rights as well as for those who are providing physical and monetary assistance to the Iranian people.
In Myanmar, a number of US businesses left the markets before imposing penalties due to a deteriorating economic environment and increasing criticisms from groups of individuals concerned about people' s right to privacy, as well as citizens and stockholders. In addition, the United States has taken action against Myanmar for its insufficient action to eradicate financial crime.
The United States has declared Myanmar a country of particular importance under the International Religious freedom Act because of the particularly serious violation of the right to religion. Burma is also classified as a Tier 3 country for the use of slave labourers in the human trafficking report and is therefore liable to co-sanction.
US-Myanmar relations deteriorated following the 1988 armed conflict and the forcible repression of pro-democracy protest. In Myanmar, the United States has reduced its presence from Ambassador to Chargé d'Affaires after the 1988 action by the US administration against the country's dynamic democratically opposed the results of the 1990 poll.
Myanmar's U.S. Ambassador is in Rangoon, while Burma's U.S. Mission in the United States is in Washington, D.C. ^ a bar "Clinton Says U.S. Will Relax Some Curbs on Aid to Myanmar". New York Times. Barta, Patrick (April 5, 2012). "U.S. Forges deeper ties in Myanmar.
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