New Thai-Burmese border road planned

New Thai-Burmese border road planned - The Irrawaddy, July 17, 2006
... The 140-million baht (US $3.66 million) plan is to be proposed to the Ayeyawady-Chao Phraya-Mekong Economic Cooperation Strategy, where the Burmese government will be asked to cooperate.
The planned road would start south of the border town of Mae Sot, in Tak province, at Valley village in Pob Phra and then travel 28 kilometres cutting through Karen State to Nong Loung village in Umphang district, also in Tak. It would mean using two fords across a loop in the narrow Moei River...
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