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The Greater Mekong, including Vietnam, is expected to have a colossal US$66 billion poured in to strengthen regional economic co-operation in the next five years, said an Asian Development Bank (ADB) official on Tuesday.
Director of ADB’s division of regional co-operation and operations coordination in Southeast Asia Alfredo Perdiguero.
The money was upped by $2 billion compared to what ministers of the six Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) countries – Myanmar, Laos, Viet Nam, Cambodia, Thailand and China – agreed to in the action plan framework for 2018-2022 late last year. Continue reading “$66b invested in Greater Mekong Sub-region: ADB official”