Rocket Internet launches three new services in ... Myanmar (yes, really)

Rocket Internet launches three new services in ... Myanmar (yes, really)

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New Last week I highlighted that the recent relaxing of political and social restrictions are opening up once-closed Myanmar as a possible tech market, and already that opportunity is being exploited by none other than Rocket Internet, the German-headquartered Internet business factory. Rocket is no stranger to anyone with a passing interest...
Rocket Internet launches three new services in ... Myanmar (yes, really)
                                       

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