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Vice chairman of Kanbawza Bank, Myanmar's biggest private bank, Than Lwin speaks to reporters during a press conference held at the Myanmar Bank Association building in Yangon on October 6, 2012. Myanmar banking officials on October 6 sought to reassure nervous savers after rumours over the fate of the boss of the Kanbawza Bank saw account holders dash to withdraw their cash. Customers of Kanbawza Bank in Yangon pulled around nine billion kyat ($10.5 million) net on October 5 -- more than four times the maximum amount that would normally be expected -- according to the bank's vice chairman Than Lwin. AFP PHOTO/ Soe Than WIN (Photo credit should read Soe Than WIN/AFP/GettyImages)
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Vice chairman of Kanbawza Bank, Myanmar's biggest private bank, Than Lwin speaks to reporters during a press conference held at the Myanmar Bank Association building in Yangon on October 6, 2012. Myanmar banking officials on October 6 sought to reassure nervous savers after rumours over the fate of the boss of the Kanbawza Bank saw account holders dash to withdraw their cash. Customers of Kanbawza Bank in Yangon pulled around nine billion kyat ($10.5 million) net on October 5 -- more than four times the maximum amount that would normally be expected -- according to the bank's vice chairman Than Lwin. AFP PHOTO/ Soe Than WIN (Photo credit should read Soe Than WIN/AFP/GettyImages)
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