... the first phases of the implementation that emphasize the development of the East-West Economic Corridor (EWEC) and the South Economic Corridor (SEC). In this regard, both countries will vigorously cooperate in order to promote the connectivity and sustainable ... ... Japanese-structured institution or “Kosen” in Thailand for the development of engineers and technical personnel.
8. Local Thailand – Japan cooperation: Both countries are grateful for the development of local Thailand – Japan cooperation and ...
On this occasion, the Ambassador emphasized the stability of Thailand’s politics and economics, especially the progress towards Thailand 4.0 which welcomes investors under the modern and convenient investment environment, notably the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC).
Furthermore, the Ambassador attended the meeting of the association every year as an implementation of the government policy regarding the promotion of local relations.This year marked the 20th anniversary of the association’s establishment.
... Mekong leaders welcome Japanese private sector to join in development of Mekong sub-region
October 9, 2018, at 1400hrs (local time), at Palace Tokyo Hotel, Tokyo, Japan, Prime Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha and leaders of Mekong sub-regional countries ... ... Minister, Mekong sub-regional countries are adjusting themselves to the current world. The 5-year Ayeyawady-Chao Phraya-Mekong Economic Cooperation Strategy (ACMECS) Master Plan has been approved with an aim for the development of seamless connectivity ...
... 2015 through free flow of goods and services in the region. His Excellency also encouraged
investors to take advantages of the geographically strategic competitiveness of
’s location which is at the heart of ASEAN and also advocated the attractiveness of Projects in Dawei Special Economic Zone to which the Thai Government attaches great importance. The Thai Government and the Myanmar Government jointly signed an Agreement on the Development of Dawei Special Economic Zone in July 2012 and agreed to set up 3 levels of joint working ...
... Economy Project between 27 June – 1 July 2016 in Japan.
This project was organized by the Department of International Economics Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs aiming to develop human resource and research for industrial waste disposal ... ... their visit to Japan, the delegation attended a lecture about Industrial Waste Disposal in Japan and they went to visit several local organizations as well as private sector groups related to waste disposal.
... benefits from ASEAN market. Such advantages can be foreseen as the region has more than 600 million populations with free movement of commodities and services. In addition, Japanese investment in Thailand will benefit from the latter’s strategic location in the region itself, not to mention its role as a production base and business connectivity to ASEAN market. Among its potential projects is Dawei Special Economic Zone, which Thailand and Myanmar governments signed an agreement to co-develop in July 2012 with three level working mechanisms. These opportunities also allow Japan investment in Thailand to reap benefits from regional connectivity.
anniversary of our friendly relations last year in 2013.Especially, The Ambassador Highlighted on ASEAN ‘s role after ASEAN Economic Community has been established . ASEAN is moving toward the single community in 2015, With the strategic location in a midst of this dynamism, it is clear that ASEAN is the economic hub of the world in the 21
century. Japan can create win-win relations with ASEAN by contributing to the growth in Asia and growing with ASEAN.
... Prefectures that have liaison office in Thailand. During the meeting, the Embassy shared the updated information on economic and political situation in Thailand and the participants expressed views on possible cooperation between Thailand and Japan at local level.
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On 30 May 2018, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag welcomed the teachers and students from Chulalongkorn University, Chiang Mai University and Chuo University from the Off Campus Activities Program (OCA Visit Japan Program) led by Asst. Prof. Sirima Bunnag, Associate Dean of the Economics Faculty of Chulalongkorn University at the Royal Thai Embassy.
On 30 May 2018, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag welcomed the teachers and students from Chulalongkorn University, Chiang Mai University and Chuo University from the Off Campus Activities ...
On 18 – 19 July 2018, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag accompanied the delegation of Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak to visit Mie Prefecture in order to strengthen the cooperation between Thailand and Japanese locals. Mie Prefecture arranged cooperative frameworks with Thai organizations including the BOI and the Ministry of Industry to promote economic cooperation.
On 18 – 19 July 2018, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag accompanied the delegation of Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak to visit Mie Prefecture in order to strengthen the cooperation between Thailand and Japanese locals....