... held during 9-14 December 2013. In this occasion, the Minister also met with President Tadahiko Fukuhara and other lecturers.
The university has commenced “international week” since 2011 to develop human resources in response to globalization. Its ASEAN-related activities included lecture, symposium and traditional dance and music performances.
... Expo 2015 is being organized by Reed Tradex and will be held from 24-27 June 2015 at BITEC, Bangkok. It is an exhibition displaying the products and technology of automobile parts in order to show the strength of Thailand to be the automobile hub in ASEAN.
... Jawan, Ambassador of Malaysia to Japan, and Datin Josephine Anak Dagang, with the participation of H.E. Mr. HeriAkhmadi, Ambassador of Indonesia to Japan, and MadamNuningAkhmadi. The dinner became yet another good opportunity to strengthen solidarity of ASEAN and warm friendship.
... ‘Bilateral Insight’ under the topic of bilateral business cooperation between Thailand and Japan. The interview was held in Waseda University in Tokyo, with participation of young students. Mr. Masuko talked about businesses operation in Thailand and ASEAN while Ambassador Thanatip explained about Thailand’s efforts in strengthening country’s automotive industry. He also touched upon the political situation in Thailand and assured that the stability has brought back to the country.
... Lapisatepun, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, at the Royal Thai Embassy.
Both sides exchanged views on various issues relating to business operations in Japan.
Mr. Aswin shared that BJC has a long-standing trade relationship with Japanese investing in ASEAN in the aspect of trading and investment. Both sides also discussed particular characteristics of the Japanese market.
... Affairs, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, who succeeded the position in June 2013.
Vice-Minister Ishiguro pointed out that there are many Japanese firms investing in and using Thailand as the hub to expand their business into other ASEAN countries. Ambassador showed gratitude on this and mentioned that Thailand resembles the second home to Japanese firms. Both sides agreed to closely work together to strengthen economic and business relations of the two countries.