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Myanmar

A rickety rickshaw rolls along the broken pavement of a forgotten laneway in Yangon, Myanmar’s bygone-era darling capital. Here, the crumbling buildings with their cavernous colonial architecture are seemingly strapped together by the decades-old tropical jungle vines that sprout from the brickwork, encasing the ageing residences.

Building a digital future for Myanmar

Myanmar

A rickety rickshaw rolls along the broken pavement of a forgotten laneway in Yangon, Myanmar’s bygone-era darling capital. Here, the crumbling buildings with their cavernous colonial architecture are seemingly strapped together by the decades-old tropical jungle vines that sprout from the brickwork, encasing the ageing residences.

Sustainable business in Myanmar

Myanmar

Sustainability is key to how we operate in Telenor Group, and ensuring sustainable business will be an important part of all our activities in Myanmar. Extending the benefits of mobile technology, while at the same time remaining mindful of how to manage any negative impact is the essence of our approach.

Myamnar youth + Internet

Myanmar

Meet Squar CEO Rita Nguyen. Since the start of this social networking site, Rita has learned a few key things about young people in Myanmar today and how they
use internet. Here are her top 5 findings: