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The UK-ASEAN Business Council together with the Ministry of Finance of Thailand, the Export-Import Bank of Thailand, the Eastern Economic Corridor Office, the Federation of Thai Capital Market Organisations and the Royal Thai Embassy London are delighted to present this important event on trade and investment in Thailand.
The UK places great importance in its relationship with Thailand, one of the UK’s oldest friends in SE Asia, with UK-Thailand trade dating back to the 17th Century.
Thailand, the second largest economy in SE Asia, has proven to be resilient in the face of global and regional challenges with steady growth of around 4%. With a population of 68m and a rising GDP per capita, Thailand is working ambitiously towards further attracting investment to achieve growth well above 4%. The Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), the government’s flagship project, will be the region’s new growth hub, presenting tremendous opportunities for UK companies looking to grow their Asia Footprint.
The country’s comprehensive infrastructure plans, linked to the generous investment incentives, are key to attracting international companies into the new industrial clusters of aviation, smart electronics, biofuels, and next-generation cars.
At this event, senior Thai executives from key government and business organisations will present the latest progress, future policy direction, investment and export opportunities, including the Thai government’s flagship project – the Eastern Economic Corridor.
The Programme will include presentations on:
- “A New Era of National Transformations: From Growth to Investment Opportunity” by the Ministry of Finance (MOF)
- “Future of Thailand’s Trade and Investment in a Tariff War” by the Export-Import Bank of Thailand (EXIM)
- “Eastern Economic Corridor: the Thailand 4.0 Driving Force” by the Eastern Economic Corridor Office (EECO)
- “Investment Opportunities in Thailand’s Capital Market” by the Federation of Thai Capital Market Organizations (FETCO)
- A Panel Discussion on ‘How to Invest in Thailand?’ with speakers from MOF, EXIM, EECO, and FETCO.
To register and for more information click on the links below.