With ample business opportunities arising from the upcoming Asean Economic Community (AEC), Thai businesses are urged to set up a foothold in neighbouring Southeast Asian nations despite unclear investment regulations in Myanmar.
Prachuab Supinee, Thailand's commercial counsellor in Myanmar, called on Thai companies including small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to develop a presence in Myanmar to understand the market and find partners.
"If you are actually in the market, you will know the market potential. SMEs in particular will never know what's happening there if they don't invest," he said on Thursday at an AEC seminar hosted by KPMG Thailand.
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