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  • Thailand Rises as Asia Ascends New
    Asia is on the rise. The region is fast becoming a global economic powerhouse. With more than one third of the world’s total population calling it home, Asia’s 4 billion strong is responsible for churning out roughly 30 per cent of the total global economic output. The economic vibrancy and large-scale investment throughout the region augurs well for its future. Regional tourism is also thriving as Asia offers a plethora of destinations that cater to every taste and budget. An indispensable part of this success story is Thailand. Being a natural land bridge between mainland Southeast Asia and East and South Asia, the country has always formed a crucial part Asia’s ascent and remains one that holds vast potentials and promises.
  • Ambassador Makes Border Survey Trip Along the East West Economic Corridor
    During 11 – 15 June 2017, H.E. Mr. Jukr Boon-Long, Ambassador of Thailand to Myanmar, led a Thai delegation comprising of officials of the Royal Thai Embassy and Team Thailand in Yangon as well as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, to a border survey trip along the East West Economic Corridor (EWEC) or the so-called Asian Highway, covering Mae Sot in Tak Province of Thailand, Myawaddy, Hpa-An, and Mawlamyine of Myanmar. The objective of this trip is to identify challenges and opportunities to the development of the border areas between Thailand and Myanmar.
  • Ambassador leads businessmen to survey the India-Myanmar-Thailand Trilateral Highway
    During 24 – 27 May 2017, Ambassador Jukr Boon-Long led a delegation of Thai Embassy officials and Thai businessmen to survey economic opportunities along the India-Myanmar-Thailand Trilateral Highway. The Highway is a strategic land link between the huge market of India and the Southeast Asian region. On this trip, Ambassador was joined by 10 Thai businessmen from various sectors, including finance and banking, logistics, energy, ICT, food and beverage, as well as water management.
  • Royal Thai Embassy Supports Seminar to Update Thai Private Sector on Myanmar’s Laws and Taxation System
    On 17 May 2017, the Thai Ambassador to Myanmar participated in the Thai Business Association of Myanmar (TBAM)’s third annual Myanmar Update on Myanmar’s laws and taxation system. This year, TBAM invited distinguished speakers such as U Aung Naing Oo, Director General of the Directorate of Investment and Company Administration, to give a talk on the new Myanmar Investment Law, which just came into effect on 1 April 2017. Other distinguished speakers included representatives from leading law firms, such as Baker & McKenzie, Tilleke & Gibbins, and Deloitte, who provided information on the investment incentives and differences between the new Myanmar Investment Law compared to the previous one. Moreover, they also provided information on the Ministry of Commerce’s new notifications and an overview of Myanmar’s taxation system, which was very useful for the 150 participants.
  • Thailand is Ready to Share Experience in Plastic Manufacturing with Myanmar
    On 4 April 2017, Ambassador Jukr Boon-long participated in the press conference entitled “Serving the Growth of Myanmar’s Plastic Manufacturers,” which was organized by Reed Tradex Company at Chatrium Hotel Yangon. Ambassador Jukr delivered the keynote speech on “The Thai Government’s Policy to Support Industrial Collaboration between Myanmar and Thailand.”
  • Ambassador-Designate Presents Copy of Credentials
    On 30 March 2017, H.E. Mr. Jukr Boon-long, Ambassador-Designate of Thailand to Myanmar, presented a copy of Credentials to H.E. U Thant Sin, Chief of Protocol of Myanmar, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Myanmar in Nay Pyi Taw.
  • Thailand is Ready to Share Experience in Promoting Local Brands with Myanmar
    On 23 March 2016, Chargé d’Affaires Ms. Wiraka Moodthitaporn delivered the opening address at the “Top Thai Brands 2017” trade fair at Melia Hotel, Yangon. This is the second “Top Thai Brands” fair organized by the Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce of Thailand, in collaboration with the Federation of Thai Industries, and the Thai National Shippers Council, thus representing a synergy of the Thai public and private sector to enhance economic relations with Myanmar, and to strengthen the ASEAN Economic Community.

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