Thai-Myanmar entrepreneurs join business matching


PRACHUAP KHIRI HKAN, 1 June 2016  – Entrepreneurs from Thailand and Myanmar have participated in a business matching session to boost trade and investment between both countries, says governor.


Prachuap Khiri Khan Governor Tawee Narissirikul and Myanmar’s Deputy Chairman of Myeik Chamber of Commerce and Industry U Tun Tun Win have presided over the opening ceremony of a business negotiation meeting between Prachuap Khiri Khan and Myeik chambers of commerce and industry at Had Thong Hotel, Prachuap Khiri Khan.

The meeting was attended by about 60 entrepreneurs from Myeik, Myanmar from various industries such as fisheries, construction materials, stone mills operators, and cashew nut farming. Myanmar businessmen have engaged in a business matching session with Thai entrepreneurs to strengthen their business relations and establish mutual investments.

On this occasion, Myeik Chamber of Commerce and Industry deputy chairman has said regarding the progress of road construction from Moo Dong Village to Myeik, that the project has reached 70 percent completion.

The Moo Dong Village – Myeik road is expected to play a crucial role in trade, investment, and tourism facilitation between both countries through the Singkhon special border crossing.