Thursday, October 10, 2013

PM seeks Japanese paper BT2-TN transportation projects


Thailands Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra motambong the 11th ASEAN-India Summit think part of the 23rd ASEAN Summit and Related Summits at the International Convention Centre, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam, 10 October 2013. Brunei is the host
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra midapit Japan Inc. in Apil Thailand's BT2-trillion of development of transportation projects.

She also propose to the Myanmar jointly pagpalambo og was a "trilateral highway", devise land bridges among India, Myanmar and Thailand.
He did say that it issues of bilateral speech time with the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Myanmar President Thein Sein on the sidelines at the 23rd ASEAN Summit in Brunei, AM Office's spokesperson on Teerat Ratanasevi said that yesterday.
He briefed abe to prosper in mega-infrastructure of the project. He also asked his government and the private sector in Japan in jeans Apil project.
Teerat said that Abe was interested that there are state agencies and the private sector Apil. Japan is the maigmat not only to help the roll in high-speed rail network but also in giving og Consulting services to train ticketing and operation of the system.
Abe expressed sympathy with the worse floods in Thailand and asked the Yingluck government taking special oversight of the Japanese factory.
Yingluck spoke Thein Sein of Thailand ready to help the Myanmar attainment of his reform agenda, and to collaborate on trade and development in Dawei special economic zone of.
The two leaders naghisgot the whole problem with smuggling their borders, which bought the nations of displaced midst of tax collections.
Thailand is also the naghinam-hinam on working with the Myanmar National Single Window implementation, an electronic system ensuring that no lust, no kabalaka, orderly and electronically so that pagbinayloay of Canaan, who had kalabutan the documents by an You point entry.
The 23rd ASEAN Summit ended yesterday in Bandar Seri Begawan. In a statement, it is gibutyag that the pagpundok grew 5.7 percent last year, gentleness in pursuing his batch of pilgrims Direct Investment inflows of U.S. $ 108.2 billion and $ 2.47 trillion recorded in Overall, the things that merchandise merchandise.
The leader of the panglantaw that also against the backdrop of weak global growth, regional growth is expected to kasarangan that when-when meeting. As Nevertheless, in terms, that the economic movement in the region is expected to will remain that mabaskog.
This was a number of the paces - 279, or 79,7 percent - of the AEC Blueprint shall be implemented, to the leaders urged that the regional integration wilt shall mahuman in 2015, when Asean augment competition and continuing to nagkalalom and the expansion of regional economic integration.
To spur infrastructure development in the region, ASEAN also looked forward to the commencement of the ASEAN Infrastructure Fund (AIF) lending operations this year. "We nagtuo that the AIF was a integral component of the Asean paningkamot to confirm that on the regional physical connection that, and pig-ot the paw, the infrastructure development in ASEAN."

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