Feasibility study sought for new international port terminal in Myanmar


YANGON, May 29 (Xinhua): Myanmar's Ministry of Transport and Communications is inviting tenders to carry out a feasibility study for the new international port terminal near Mawlamyine in southern Mon State.

According to a statement of ministry's Myanma Port Authority on Thursday (May 29), the study will be commenced between Talauk Nyaung Wine Village and Wekali Village of Mudon Town in Mawlamyine.

The tender form is available as of June 9 for those interested.

The project is aimed at enhancing the urban development capabilities to develop Mawlamyine in Mon State.

The objective of the plan is to rejuvenate the region and connect it to major shipping lanes which in turn will see it import and export energy and goods, in particular from the Middle East and Africa. - Xinhua

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