YANGON, May 28- Myanmar scrapped a proposed 5 percent tax on mobile phone top-up cards after lawmakers voted against the levy, the state-owned Global New Light of Myanmar newspaper said on Thursday, as one of the world's once least connected nations fast catches up. Following the reforms, people in Myanmar have been buying smartphones and topping them up en masse.» Read More
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