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Kittiratt: Consultants to the rescue

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A special-purpose vehicle (SPV) and the scale of investment in Myanmar's Dawei megaproject must be settled before a framework for the partnership deal is signed, says Deputy Prime Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong. 

The joint subcommittee on Dawei chaired by Mr Kittiratt agreed on Thursday that consultants should be hired to study a proper location for the management office and whether the SPV should be set up in Thailand, Myanmar or a third country.

The Fiscal Policy Office (FPO) has suggested the SPV be registered in Thailand in the form of a mutual fund or government infrastructure fund.

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