Asian Socialist Conference

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The Asian Socialist Conference (ASC) was an organisation of socialist political parties in Asia, that existed between 1953 and 1960. It had its headquarters in Rangoon, Burma, and the Burmese socialist leaders Ba Swe and Kyaw Nyein served as Chairman and treasurer of the conference respectively. Two Asian Socialist Conferences were held, in Rangoon in 1953 and Bombay in 1956. As of 1956, the member parties of ASC had a combined membership of about 500,000.
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