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Published on Wednesday, 21 November 2012 20:21
A large group of Thai businessmen will visit Myanmar on November 30 to look for local partners to start joint ventures in different sectors.
The group led by Federation of Thai Industries is comprised of 30 businesspersons from various sectors, including consumer goods, machinery, food retailing and manufacturing.
The businessmen will attend a seminar at Park Royal Hotel on November 30, where they will interact with local businessmen regarding the joint ventures, according to the Thai Commercial Office.
After finalising their plans, the businessmen will meet Myanmar Investment Commission officials to launch their schemes.
Thailand, which is the second largest investor in Myanmar after China, has invested over US$9.5 billion here, of which major portion goes to oil and gas industry.