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Logistics experts urge action on bill

B2 trillion in projects called key to competing

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Without massive investment in infrastructure projects, the Thai logistics industry is unlikely to compete with Singapore and Malaysia once regional economic integration takes effect in 2016, experts warn. 

Massive investment in infrastructure projects is needed. (Bangkok Post file photo)

The Asean Economic Community will enable regional investors to own up to 70% in logistics businesses ranging from maritime cargo handling and warehousing to freight transport, courier service and customs clearance.

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