The move came after the conclusion of the 7th Meeting of Thailand-Myanmar Joint Commission for Bilateral Cooperation held in Nay Pyi Taw last November,
Vietnam News Agency reports the National News Bureau of Thailand (NNT) as saying.
Myanmar said it will decide on the matter soon as its national bank is currently undergoing a new administration transition.
Both countries had been enjoying steady growth in trade and investment, with Thailand pushing for the development of a trade-related stimulus programme aimed at generating at least 12 billion baht (US$371.56 million) in trade value by 2015.
Thailand has reiterated its support for the establishment of the Dawei special economic zone which it believes would be able to create investor confidence.
Thailand has also urged Myanmar to give its support to the ACMECS Single Visa (ASV) to attract more visitors from other countries.
Myanmar on her part is seeking assistance from Thailand in the areas of agricultural technology and labour cooperation.