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Myanmar launched Easi Travel Master Card Monday to facilitate its citizens traveling abroad in payment and the first ever event signified the progress of its banking industry.

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Privately owned Co-Operative Bank plans to manufacture and issue prepaid VISA cards in Myanmar ahead of December’s SEA Games, CB Administrative Managing Director Pe Myint told Mizzima yesterday.

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VMG Telecoms, the company that operates the internet telephone service Y Talk, has applied to offer free overseas calls at SEA Games venues, VMG director Aung Tun said.

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Myanmar Ministry of Rail Transport is striving for providing good service to public, enabling the people to make suggestions and complaints by mail or in person, official media reported Saturday.

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Most domestic banks will provide mobile banking services at the upcoming SEA Games’ venues as the Central Bank of Myanmar has given them the green light to do so, bank executives said.

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MoneyGram and AGD bank representatives at the Signing & Launching Ceremony on August 27, 2013 at the Sedona hotel in Yangon. (Photo: AGD bank via Facebook)

MoneyGram International, Inc. has tied up with Asia Green Development (AGD) bank to facilitate international money-transfer in Myanmar. US based MoneyGram is a leading global money transfer company providing services in 79 countries.

According to AGD bank Chairman Than Yi, Myanmar customers can now receive money from around the world at AGD bank branches.

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