Srettha Thavisin is the primeminister of Thailand.
My inaugural visit to Tokyo as Thailand's primeminister is happily coinciding with the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of ASEAN's enduring ties with Japan.
This marks a pivotal juncture to present a compelling investment opportunity. Thailand's Landbridge mega infrastructure project is an endeavor toward establishing seamless connectivity to augment long-term growth prospects in the region and is fully aligned with my government's proactive economic diplomacy....
Share successful development and risk resilient community models;
Encourage public-private partnership, risk-sensitive investments, and incorporation of disaster risk reduction in private sector business strategies and its implementation; and
Strengthen ... ... framework on disaster risk reduction.
3. Draft programme
- Welcoming remarks by the Deputy PrimeMinister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Thailand (3 min)
- Remarks by the Secretary-General of the UN (5 min) ...
... percent and expected to be increasing. ProPak 2010, which to be held in June in
, is one of the country’s readiness for investments and anticipated to have more than 33,000 trade buyers to participate in. The Ambassador wished the companies from ... ...
During Q&A session, a Japanese press inquired on the current political situation in Thailand and a major case against the former primeminister Thaksin Shinnawatra which the Ambassador cited that the case now in the court’s ruling. He also reiterated that the ...
... and contribution to be more competitive in the international arena.
The Foreign Business Act (FBA) will not be amended unless it helps improve the business environment and facilitates foreign businesses.
The government invites “Thailand+1” investment in the Special Economic Zones (SEZs) and Dawei deep-sea port and special economic zone to strengthen the regional economy. The first phase covers five SEZs bordering Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Malaysia with seven more in the next phase....