Addressing a gathering at the opening day of the 'Nepal Chamber Expo-2018' here, she invited Nepalese entrepreneurs to invest in Myanmar and said the country has created a safe and favourable environment for foreign investors.
There is enough room for better cooperation and collaboration between the two countries to increase the volume of bilateral trade between them which currently stands at just USD 3.86 million, she said.
Suu Kyi also said countries in the South-Asian sub-region can cooperate in the areas of trade, tourism, technology, human resources, agriculture and fisheries to improve the life of people in the respective nations.
The Myanmar leader arrived here earlier in the day to attend the Asia Pacific Summit, which will bring together heads of states and governments, lawmakers, eminent leaders, businessmen and leaders of civil society of the Asia Pacific region.
The summit is scheduled from Friday to December 3.
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