If Eric Schmidt ever stops working for Google, he might consider penning some Lonely Planet travel guides.
Google's executive chairman is headed next week to Myanmar, a long-time isolationist state that recently has begun taking its first steps on the road to political and economic reform. Reuters reported the news this morning, calling the country, also known as Burma, "the last virgin territory for businesses in Asia" with a mobile phone penetration estimated at less than 10 percent.
Schmidt will address and meet with entrepreneurs, government officials, and others on March 22, according to Reuters.
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