The World Bank estimates that Myanmar’s economy will grow by three percent this year. But in real terms, the economy, which low down by 18 percent last year, has yet to recover. Mathematically, even if it increases by three percent this year, it is still 15 percent lower than before the coup. So, no matter how the military council says that it is being resolved, it can be clearly seen that the whole country is still tight. Fortunately for the military council, it has not been bad again since the Burmese currency plunged in September last year. Currently, the military council is in a position to control the value of the kyat and the entire economy of Myanmar. But as long as inflation continues to rise, the grassroots will continue to suffer.