Myanmar to host 2014 ASEAN Business and Investment Summit

NaypyitawMyanmar will host 2014 ASEAN Business and Investment Summit (BIS) in the capital Naypyitaw in November this year, according to Vice-President of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, U Wai Phyo.

Pyo who is also a member of ASEAN Business Advisory Council (BAC) said that the 2014 ASEAN BIS is slated for November 12 to 14, China’s Xinhua news agency reported.

ASEAN BIS, organised annually by the BAC provides a platform for the business community to engage with ASEAN leaders and economic ministers as well as key decision makers, he said.

This annual summit aims to increase ASEAN’s attractiveness as a region for trade and investment and enhances regional competitiveness. The ASEAN BIS is expected to be attended by prominent government, business and thought leaders to discuss issues of strategic importance to ASEAN and East Asia.

It also provides a platform for sharing of ideas, information and best practices. ASEAN BIS also provides opportunities for extensive business networking and matchmaking, it said.

Myanmar took the rotating chair of ASEAN this year for the first time after joining ASEAN in 1997.



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Myanmar will host 2014 ASEAN Business and Investment Summit (BIS) in the capital Naypyitaw in November this year, according to Vice-President of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, U Wai Phyo. Pyo who is also a member of ASEAN Business Advisory Council (BAC) said that the 2014 ASEAN BIS is slated for November 12 to 14, China’s Xinhua news agency reported. ASEAN BIS, organised annually by the BAC provides a platform for the business community to engage with ASEAN leaders and economic ministers as well as key decision makers, he said. This annual summit aims...

NaypyitawMyanmar will host 2014 ASEAN Business and Investment Summit (BIS) in the capital Naypyitaw in November this year, according to Vice-President of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, U Wai Phyo.

Pyo who is also a member of ASEAN Business Advisory Council (BAC) said that the 2014 ASEAN BIS is slated for November 12 to 14, China’s Xinhua news agency reported.

ASEAN BIS, organised annually by the BAC provides a platform for the business community to engage with ASEAN leaders and economic ministers as well as key decision makers, he said.

This annual summit aims to increase ASEAN’s attractiveness as a region for trade and investment and enhances regional competitiveness. The ASEAN BIS is expected to be attended by prominent government, business and thought leaders to discuss issues of strategic importance to ASEAN and East Asia.

It also provides a platform for sharing of ideas, information and best practices. ASEAN BIS also provides opportunities for extensive business networking and matchmaking, it said.

Myanmar took the rotating chair of ASEAN this year for the first time after joining ASEAN in 1997.



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