In this Sept.15, 2012 photo, Alisher Ali, founder of Mandalay Capital, Myanmar’s first-ever investment bank, talks during an interview with The Associated Press in Yangon, Myanmar. Ali knew on the morning of his second day in Myanmar that the long-closed country was a risk worth taking. Less than two months later he moved his wife and four children to crumbling tree-lined Yangon and opened Mandalay Capital with $1 million of his own money. (AP Photo/Khin Maung Win)

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In this Sept.15, 2012 photo, Alisher Ali, founder of Mandalay Capital, Myanmar’s first-ever investment bank, talks during an interview with The Associated Press in Yangon, Myanmar. Ali knew on the morning of his second day in Myanmar that the long-closed country was a risk worth taking. Less than two months later he moved his wife and four children to crumbling tree-lined Yangon and opened Mandalay Capital with $1 million of his own money. (AP Photo/Khin Maung Win)
In this Sept.15, 2012 photo, Alisher Ali, founder of Mandalay Capital, Myanmar’s first-ever investment bank, talks during an interview with The Associated Press in Yangon, Myanmar. Ali knew on the morning of his second day in Myanmar that the long-closed country was a risk worth taking. Less than two months later he moved his wife and four children to crumbling tree-lined Yangon and opened Mandalay Capital with $1 million of his own money. (AP Photo/Khin Maung Win)
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