Dawei, Burma, Deep Sea Port Offers Investment Opportunities

Press Release
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Logo credit BOI Thailand

Thailand's Board of Investment (BOI) says the joint deep sea port will also surge new business & foreign investment into Thailand.

BOI believe that the Dawei Deep Sea Port and Industrial Estate in Myanmar (Burma) will become an important drive for economic growth in this region, offering a shortcut for logistics and bringing new business opportunities and foreign investment to Thailand.

After conclusion on signing of Memorandum of Understand between Thailand and Myanmar to construct Dawei Deep Sea Port, Chanvit Ammatamatuchat, Deputy Secretary of General Office of the National Economic and Social Development Board (NESDB) said the project will serve as economic land bridge connecting Andaman Sea on the Myanmar side through Thailand and out to South China Sea creating great opportunities for expanding up-stream industries and linking supply chain in Thailand and in the region.

BOI is offering assistance in terms of consultation on the investment and upstart of the business related to this new mega project for both local and international investors. Dawei Deep Sea Port and Industrial Estate project will generate major investment and help drive the growth of the economy in Southeast Asia and the surrounding regions. Investors who are interested in investing in Thailand to take advantage of this development can consult and ask for assistance and tax privileges from the BOI.

 

 

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