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Myanmar banks reopen after closing amid military coup: Reuters witness

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Myanmar banks in the commercial hub of Yangon reopened on Tuesday after halting financial services a day earlier due to poor internet connections after the military
seized power in the country
, a Reuters witness said.

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The Myanmar bankers association had issued a statement on Monday saying it would allow members to reopen from Tuesday.

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