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MYANMAR-ECONOMY/RAKHINE
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November 26, 2014 
18-year-old Kyaw Min Zin (R) and his friend Chit Naing, both Rakhine Buddhists, surf the internet using... 
Maungdaw, Myanmar 
Kyaw Min Zin and his friend Chit Naing, both Rakhine Buddhists, surf the internet using a Bangladeshi... 
18-year-old Kyaw Min Zin (R) and his friend Chit Naing, both Rakhine Buddhists, surf the internet using a Bangladeshi network at a spot where the phone signal from neighbouring Bangladesh is believed to be received better, in Maungdaw town in northern Rakhine State November 9, 2014. For years, tens of thousands of Rohingya Muslim boat people have fled this remote corner of western Myanmar for nearby countries. Ethnic Rakhine Buddhists, bitter rivals of the Rohingya, are also leaving Rakhine State to seek jobs in Malaysia and Thailand. The exodus reflects a wider economic malaise. Myanmar's quasi-civilian government has launched many reforms since taking power in 2011, but hasn't created enough jobs. Picture taken November 9, 2014. To match MYANMAR-ECONOMY/RAKHINE REUTERS/Minzayar (MYANMAR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS) 
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