... Thai Embassy in Tokyo
Monday 30 March 2020
, the Royal Thai Embassy temporarily suspends the regular visa service. With Reference to the declaration of a state of emergency in Thailand related to the COVID-19 Pandemic on 25 March B.... ... or Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, under certain conditions and prescribed time period.
. Carriers of necessary cargoes, but required prompt exit after the mission is completed.
. Pilot-in-command, and crew members of the flight ...
..., the NEC Corporation led by Mr. Takeshi Tsukamoto, Vice President, Global Business Unit paid a courtesy call on H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag in order to introduce their business activities in Japan and Thailand. In addition, they introduced their services and the company’s products related to high technology and innovation
On 7 July 2016, the NEC Corporation led by Mr. Takeshi Tsukamoto, Vice President, Global Business Unit paid a courtesy call on H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag in order to introduce their business activities in Japan and Thailand. In addition, they introduced their services ...
... Lapisatepun assigned Mr. Romdej Phisalaphong, Minister-Counsellor to be the representative to welcome guests at the event of "Connecting the Trend of Thailand Food Industry to Business Opportunity" organized by the Office of Industrial Affairs in Tokyo ... ... Thai food industry and the promotion of cooperation between Thai and Japanese food operators. In addition, the consultation service was provided to the entrepreneurs in the event.
... for customs formalities .
The transit live animals or animal remains may be removed to quarantine facilities as considered necessary. The owner shall be responsible for all expense incurred .5. The owner must pay a transit fee as prescribed by the Ministerial ... ... issued in accordance with the Animal Epidemics Act B.E.2499 (1956)
Contact detail :
Bureau of Disease Control and Veterinary Services
Department of Livestock Development
（662） 653 4444 ext. 4174, 4175, 4177 - 4179
（662） 653 4865
... benefits from an enormous market of approximately 600 million population in ASEAN after 2015 through free flow of goods and services in the region. His Excellency also encouraged
investors to take advantages of the geographically strategic ... ... in motion. Due to all these favorable opportunities, Japanese companies investing in
can gain benefit from ASEAN Connectivity.
... Prime 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 in physical, regulatory, and people aspects. Thailand has also implemented the 20-year national strategy to focus on quality growth without leaving anyone behind through uplifting industrial and service sectors, and preparing skilled workers for Industry 4.0 and Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC). Japanese investors are welcomed to take part in these endeavors.
The Prime Minister underscored Thailand’s political stability and constant economic ...
... that ASEAN Community which is to be established in 2015 is the opportunity for Japan to enhance its 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 ...