‘Asian highway will put region on progress path’

by Paul Joseph on March 24, 2013 · 0 comments

IMPHAL: Royal Thai government representative Nalinee Taveesin on Tuesday said the northeast, especially Manipur, will embark on the path of rapid economic development once the 3200-km trilateral Asian highway connecting India, Myanmar and Thailand becomes operational. The permanent representative of Thailand Prime Minister’s Office, Nalinee, who led a high level Thai delegation in its two-day visit to Manipur, said Manipur should prepare for boosting the trade and commerce growth to match with the proposed opening of the trilateral Asian highway. Manipur’s Moreh town in Chandel district, the end point of National Highway 2 and the focal point of India’s ambitious ‘Look East Policy’ through which the trilateral Asian highway would

[via India Properties – Real Estate India – Indian Property News Site]

Follow us @propertyheat – lists / @sectorheat

Follow us @propertyheat - lists / @sectorheat

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: