Tata in talks to set up bus assembley plant in Burma

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BURMA Tata Motors is in discussion with the Burmese (Myanmar) government over setting up a bus assembly plan for the supply of vehicles to Burma.

The issue came up for discussion between the visiting Burmese minister of industry Soe Thein and heavy industries and public enterprises minister Praful Patel last week, the Economic Times reported.

The ministers discussed ways of establishing mutually beneficial collaboration between the companies and industries of both the nations.

“Tata Motors is engaged in discussions with Burma on setting up a bus-assembly line and on supply of passenger vehicles to Burma. The success of these projects is a precursor to everlasting strong commercial relation relations between the two countries,” an official release said.

“With the support of the Burmese government, these projects will be instrumental in paving ways for increased investment from India in industry and technology. The Ministers agreed that India and Burma should work together to benefit from the opportunities arising as a result of these efforts and work together to make these projects successful.”