NAY PYI TAW, MYANMAR (2 January 2019) — The Asian Development Bank signed an agreement on 21 December 2018 to provide a $10 million equity investment to Ascent Myanmar Growth Fund I LP, a Myanmar-focused private equity fund, to provide much-needed capital investment for the growth and expansion of small and medium-sized enterprises operating in the Southeast Asian country.
HA NOI, VIET NAM (12 December 2018) — The Asian Development Bank and Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV), the country’s largest commercial bank by assets, today signed a $300 million loan agreement to support the growth and productivity of small and medium-sized enterprises in Viet Nam.
The Mekong Business Initiative, sponsored by the Australian government and the Asian Development Bank, catalyzes lending to promising small and medium enterprises.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand plans to launch a pan-Mekong board and index to tap growing investor interest in developing Mekong economies. The plan, however, is still in its early stages and has not yet reached the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Mekong governments need to create an enabling environment for public-private partnerships in infrastructure. Here are 4 ways to get the job done.
The Fourth Meeting of the Subregional Investment Working Group (SIWG-4) was held on 6-7 July 2004 at the Sofitel Central Plaza Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand.
The Fifth Meeting of the Subregional Investment Working Group (SIWG5) was held on 13-14 October 2005 at the Raffles Hotel Le Royal in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The key objectives of the meeting were to: (i) review and discuss the progress of the initiatives made since the previous meeting; (ii) exchange information and ideas about facilitating investments into the member countries and the region as a whole; and (iii) establish the near and medium term future directions and priorities of the SIWG.
Collaborative infrastructure projects are undertaken in the Greater Mekong Subregion because, in theory, they help to promote greater trade and investment flows among neighboring countries.
This training material aims to strengthen officials' and experts' understanding of the trade barriers that affect trade in goods and the economic determinants of such trade; proposals made in different forums to reform border policies affecting trade in goods and the analysis of those proposals, with a particular focus on the strategic questions raised by regional trade agreements; and particular challenges facing trade policy makers in the Greater Mekong Subregion.
The Regional Investment Framework puts into operation the Strategic Framework, 2012-2022 of the Greater Mekong Subregion Economic Program that was approved at the 4th GMS Summit in December 2011.
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