April 20th, 2009 | Xinhua Myanmar PM invites more Chinese entrepreneurs to invest in Myanmar
Myanmar’s Prime Minister Thein Sein Sunday expressed thanks for the help the Chinese government has offered to Myanmar and hoped more Chinese entrepreneurs would make investment in Myanmar.
Thein Sein made the comments during his visit in Xiamen, capital city of southeast China’s Fujian Province, from April 18 to 20.
China and Myanmar have carried out cooperation in the fields of oil and gas, hydropower and mining, which not only brought benefits to the two countries but also promoted the friendship between the two nations, Thein Sein said.
Fujian governor Huang Xiaojing said there were plenty of room to promote wide-ranging cooperation in areas including mining, infrastructure, hydropower and agriculture between Fujian and Myanmar. Huang hoped the two sides would enhance exchange and cooperation in the future.
Thein Sein led a group of 34 people to Xiamen after attending the annual conference of the Boao Forum for Asia in Boao, Hainan Province. The group was to fly to Kunming on Monday morning.