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Port keen to invest in subsidiary abroad

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CHON BURI : Laem Chabang Port is considering options to set up a subsidiary for overseas investment to increase its revenue. 

Laem Chabang Port ranks 23rd in the world for container volume. Its second phase includes seven ports with a capacity of 6.8 million TEUs per year.

Lt Sutthinan Hatthawong, managing director of Laem Chabang Port, said the subsidiary might be a joint venture with the private sector in order to invest in overseas ports such as Dawei in Myanmar.

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