2012-05-30 16:28:11

Myanmar's Banks Add ATMs For First Time

A man uses an automated teller machine (ATM) machine at a shopping centre in Yangon on May 27, 2012. As Myanmar opens up after five decades of military rule, a country run on cash is finding a new alternative: plastic. Private banks in Myanmar have begun rolling out ATMs in recent weeks, revolutionary in a country where people often haul sacks and suitcases of cash to banks. And more ambitious plans are in the works. Picture taken May 27, 2012.

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