Thailand-Myanmar Business Council delegates meet Thilawa SEZ Management Committee

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The meeting between the Thailand-Myanmar Business Council and the Thilawa SEZ Management Committee in progress yesterday. Photo: THIHA

The delegation of the Thailand-Myanmar Business Council (TMBC) met officials from the Thilawa Special Economic Zone Management Committee yesterday.
Thilawa Special Economic Zone Management Committee Chairman U Yan Naing Tun first clarified the economic opportunities created by the government at the zone and the chances to make investments and matters related to exploring business opportunities in Myanmar.
TMBC delegation leader Mr Kich Aungvitulsatit then discussed the bilateral relationships and investments at Thilawa SEZ.
Moreover, the progress of Thilawa SEZ and investment opportunities created by the country were presented in detail to the business people.
Twenty-one countries made investments in Thilawa SEZ, with an investment amount of US$2,124 million, and Thailand is the third largest investor.
The Thilawa SEZ manages the export and import-substitute manufacturing processes, commodities, construction materials, vehicles and so on.
The Thilawa SEZ Management Committee also makes efforts to operate import-substitute manufacturing processes by cooperating with local MSMEs and developing the MSMEs and local job opportunities. — Nyein Thu (MNA)/KTZH

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