Photo Release: EXIM Thailand Provides 2 Million USD Loan to Myanmars CB Bank To Promote Myanmars Import from Thailand and Thai-Myanma Trade

Entertainment Press Releases Wednesday August 7, 2019 14:22
Bangkok--7 Aug--Export-Import Bank of Thailand

Mr. Sittikorn Direksoonthorn (left), Senior Executive Vice President of Export-Import Bank of Thailand (EXIM Thailand), and Mr. Thein Zaw Tun (right), Managing Director (Business) of Co-operative Bank (CB Bank), Myanmar, recently signed a loan agreement whereby EXIM Thailand provided a credit facility of 2 million US dollars to support import of Thai products by Myanma entrepreneurs to increase Thai-Myanma bilateral trade at CB Bank's Head Office in Yangon, Myanmar.


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