ASIA-EUROPE FINANCE MINISTERS' MEETING
Asian and European finance ministers pledged to take steps to increase trade and investment between the two regions, while expressing cautious optimism that the worst of the euro-zone debt crisis has passed.
Speaking at the meeting yesterday are: (from left) Olli Rehn, an EU commissioner, Kittiratt Na-Ranong, the Thai finance minister, and Keat Chhon, Cambodia’s deputy prime minister and the minister of economy and finance. THITI WANNAMONTHA
Kittiratt Na-Ranong, the chairman of the 10th Asia-Europe Finance Ministers' Meeting, said avoiding non-tariff barriers would help the regions reach that goal.
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