Kayin State Investment Committee coordination meeting (5/2022) held

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Kayin State Investment Committee Chair Chief Minister U Saw Myint Oo presides over the coordination meeting 5/2022 on 29 July.

A coordination meeting 5/2022 of the Kayin State Investment Committee was held at 2 pm on 29 July at the meeting hall of the Kayin State Government Office.
Kayin State Investment Committee Chair Chief Minister U Saw Myint Oo said that it is necessary to invite entrepreneurs to invest in order to reduce the use of chemical fertilizers in the region and replace them with natural fertilizers.
Due to the development of the new Hpa-An breeding zone, more than K8 billion have been invested by local breeders and some will invest more, the chief minister explained. He urged officials to invite more investors to invest in the agriculture sector.
Then, Kayin State Investment Committee Secretary DICA Director U Naing Win Toe presented and clarified the field inspection on the status of the Public Wealth Company Limited’s submission for commercial start-up, the appointment of new Kayin State Investment Committee membership, and the Top Form Myanmar Co Ltd.
It is reported that the committee members discussed the matters and the chief minister gave a closing speech.—Saw Myo Min Thein-IPRD/GNLM

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