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RANGOON, Burma — Religious tensions engulfing Burma spread Friday to the world of big business: Monks and others in the Buddhist-dominated country demanded to know why a lucrative license for a new national mobile-phone network had gone to a company from a Muslim nation.

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Business, Pages 25 on 06/29/2013

Print Headline: Burma picks Muslim firm for telecom deal, draws ire

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