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The government would provide them with investment information and support. Gen Prayut introduced the policy during a meeting with executives of Thai businesses investing in China and Thailand's Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) Business Advisory Council Monday in Beijing ahead of the 22nd Apec leader's summit to be held Tuesday. Speaking after the meeting, government spokesman Yongyuth Mayalarp said Gen Prayut told the business groups the government hoped to boost foreign investment with the Thai Plus One policy. "We plan to establish five special economicareas along the borders and have seven more in the next phase. As we hold talks with Asean members about transport connectivity, we will also help foreign investors expand their investments to our neighbours if they decide to invest here," Mr Yongyuth said. A source said Thailand is the manufacturing base for numerous products exported to developed countries while neighbouring countries, particularly Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar, have the potential to meet the supply chain development needs of investors in this region. Meanwhile, Gen Prayutheld a bilateral meeting with his Chinese counterpartLi Keqiang on Sunday evening. Mr Li reaffirmed close ties with Thailand and vowed to support the government and Thais in moving in a political direction which conforms with Thai society and culture, according to Mr Yongyuth. "The two premiers also agreed in principle to promote three aspects of cooperation, covering Thai-Chinese connectivity, regionalconnectivity and cooperation in trade and investment, especially agricultural products," he said. Also on Monday, Gen Prayut held bilateral talks with Papua New Guinea prime minister Peter O'Neill and Philippine President Benigno Aquino on economic cooperation, during which they pledged to deepen trade and investment ties. Gen Prayut on Sunday also met Thai businessmen and students in Beijing, saying the coup was aimed at solving the country's problemsand undertaking reform. http://bangkokpost.com/news/general/442551/prayut-makes-investment-pitch

Comment November 11, 2014 Fund flow will depend on economic reforms, says Yasutoshi Nishimura Striking a note of caution about Indias environment for investment, a Minister in Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abes office said the government must roll out economic reforms, build up infrastructure and cut red tape if the $35 billion promised during Prime Minister Narendra Modis visit to Japan were to be actualised. So long as there is a http://customstoday.com.pk/500m-sukuk-bond-sale-1-1b-imf-tranche-to-take-forex-reserves-to-15b-ishaq-dar/ step-by-step forward movement, I think the expectations can be reached, said State Minister Yasutoshi Nishimura in an exclusive interview to The Hindu. Japanese companies will move forward with investment, but only if there is a visibility with regard to these reforms. He clarified that the $35 billion or 3.5 trillion yen committed was a combination of government outlay for Indian transport infrastructure and the projected expectation from private companies. Much of the public investment will be in the $100 billion Delhi-Mumbai industrial corridor, metro transport, and bullet train technology. http://www.bubblews.com/news/9364938-investment-climate-not-right-japanese-minister

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Ventures Africa | Angola To Host 2nd Africa Urban Infrastructure Investment Forum

What is certain is that planning is needed to turn these cities into economic powerhouses, and ensure they are match the standard of the 21st century. A new paradigm of development gives a particular role to cities and local authorities as the transformation locus and agent of African societies. From now on, cities of Africa should take the lead in shaping the future of the continent, Mbassi stressed. Over 350 guests are expected to attend the Forum. http://www.ventures-africa.com/2014/11/angola-to-host-2nd-africa-urban-infrastructure-investment-forum/

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