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MYANMAR/IT
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March 06, 2012
A man talks on his mobile phone next to a woman talking at a public phone shop in central Yangon March...
Yangon, Myanmar
A man talks on his mobile phone next to a woman talking at a public phone shop in central Yangon
A man talks on his mobile phone next to a woman talking at a public phone shop in central Yangon March 6, 2012. Myanmar has fewer phones per capita than any other country and probably the fewest Internet connections, and that has regional telecoms and IT companies licking their lips. But behind those statistics lies more than simply a virgin market waiting to be tapped. Myanmar has been run by generals for decades, leaving not only pent-up demand for connectivity, but also a complex web of interests and a unique ecosystem of technological make-do. All of which will require careful navigation by would-be investors. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SOCIETY)
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