Speaking of the electricity that Singer Bhu Har spoke about, in Yangon, after the storm, there was a slight increase in the amount of electricity available. But in some places, there are still severe outages. In Mandalay, poor townships have no electricity all day long, and the situation is so bad that the electricity is turned on at night when people go to sleep. Military leader Min Aung Hlaing himself has admitted that the electricity problem is one of the biggest difficulties for him. But there is no effort to solve this problem. The military council does not have the ability to overcome the international sanctions and solve them.
If there is a nationwide power outage every summer, commodity prices will continue to rise. Manufacturing factories are running generators, so they put a price on their products. This cycle will eventually hit the consumer population and inflation will continue to rise. Now that the rainy season is coming, it seems to be settled, but for the next summer, I dare not think.