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radio receivers, television sets, Yangon, telegraph, telephones

All postal, telegraph, telephone, and broadcasting systems in Myanmar are controlled by the government. In 2000 the country had 6 telephone mainlines for every 1,000 people; most of the telephones were in Yangon. There were 96 radio receivers and 6 television sets for every 1,000 inhabitants. There is one government TV channel.



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