Yangon, Myanmar, September 30, 2015
Japanese agricultural equipment firm Kubota is set to construct a machinery assembly plant in the Thilawa, according to Japanese financial journal Nikkei Asian Review.
The move continues the company’s expansion in the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) at Thilawa port, located some 25 kilometres southeast of Rangoon.
While the upcoming plant will be Kubota’s first major production centre in Burma, its water treatment facility is scheduled to begin operation in October, also in Thilawa.
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