... – Japan relations at the hall of the Royal Thai Embassy.
In addition, they listened to the briefing of the agriculture situation in Japan and the role of the Office of Agricultural Affairs in Tokyo by Mr. Choltisak Chawpaknum, Minister Counsellor (Agriculture) as well as Japan’s SME Policy by the representative of the Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry of Japan.
On 26-27 August 2013, Ambassador Thanatip Upatising and Mme Monthip Upatising, his spouse, visited Nagano Prefecture in order to strengthen relationship between Thailand and the prefecture with Vice-Governor Yasuyoshi Wada and to visit Japanese agricultural businessmen who expanded their business to processed food and service industries to prepare for international competitiveness in agricultural sector upon joining TPP.
In the discussion with Nagano’s Vice-Governor, both sides emphasized the long relationship ...
... Ambassador Sihasak Phuangketkeow to discuss the outcome of the previous official visit of the Akita Governor, between 16-19 August. On this occasion, the Ambassador talked about the relationship between Thailand and Akita and they also discussed bilateral SME promotion, especially agriculture issues.
... channel to enhance investment and export agriculture products and processed foods.
On 16 October 2015, staff from Yokohama Reitou Co., Ltd paid a courtesy call on the Ambassador to have discussions about a channel to enhance investment and export agriculture products and processed foods. In addition, the Ambassador asked the Japanese company for cooperation, support and to share the technology of how to complete the food process with SME groups, including Thai farmers, by way of joint investment ventures to increase income for Thai business owners.
On 24 January 2019, the Governor of Mie Eikei Suzuki paid a courtesy call on the Ambassador to express their gratitude to the Royal Thai Embassy as a coordinator in the visit of the Governor and businessmen between 14-15 November 2018 and thanked Thailand for helping to flexible the orange inspection system from Japan before exporting to Thailand which is considered as the main agriculture of the prefecture. In addition, the governor invited the Thai leaders who will attend the G20 meeting in Osaka this year to visit Mie officially.
On 24 January 2019, the Governor of Mie Eikei Suzuki paid a courtesy call on the Ambassador ...
... among Thais, but there was also the private sector from Thailand, which the Banpuu Power Japan Company invested in various projects there as well. So, he would like to ask the bank to cooperate with the prefecture to take care of Thai people and businessmen there.
On this occasion, Mr. Yoshitaka Goto, executive officer of the Japan Agricultural Cooperatives of Higashine City was the representative of the Higashine Mayor and the Japan Agricultural Cooperatives to give the winter Keio Sakura branch as a souvenir to the Ambassador .
... and sold through the Foundation's own Chitralada shops and other non-profit institutions. Indeed, the work is no charitable cosmetic and is grounded in an essentially practical philosophy. In the words of Her Majesty "Before urging villagers to make ... ... handicrafts family incomes can be doubled, thus encouraging self-support and providing the means to be free from total dependence on agriculture that is subject to the vagaries of nature.
And the work not only continues but is ever seeking to expand into new ...
... call by Honourable Ms. Harumi Takahashi, Governor of Hokkaido, at the Thai Ambassador’s Residence. Ambassador Bansarn and Governor Takahashi agreed to step up cooperation and exchanges between Thailand and Hokkaido in various areas such as tourism, agriculture and SMEs.
... Ambassador Bunsarn Bunnag welcomed the Minister responsible for Ministry of Industry, Ms.Atchaka Sibunruang, who came to Japan in the occasion to support on the corporation between industrial and local sector of Japan. And also to support the partnership of SMEs. The Minister plans to go to Fukui Prefecture which is known for it's industry in processed agricultural products, electronics and chemicals.
... expressed his gratitude to Mr. Mitsumata for his endeavor during 4 years at JETRO Bangkok which is the biggest branches in 74 countries and has supported more than 5,500 Japanese companies that invest in Thailand; particularly, bringing 600 Japanese businessmen to Thailand in 2017. Even though Mr. Mitsumata had finished his term but JETRO Bangkok is still continue supporting to drive the Thailand 4.0 policy, EEC, starts up business, agriculture and human development. They asked the Ambassador to persuade Thai people to travel to other region of Japan such as Hokuriku Shikoku and Tohoku