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Posted: 16 Jan 2014 | 6:00 am
French hotel chain ACCOR has inked three more deals in Myanmar recently as they are intent on maintaining the largest international presence in the country.
Two new branded properties are headed for Yangon with a Pullman and a Sebel, while a Novotel will be positioned at Inle Lake.
The Sebel will be the entry for the brand into Asia, which is being globalized out of Australia by ACCOR.
ACCOR's Asia development office out of Bangkok is spurring the expansion drive into Myanmar.
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