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  • Thailand Contributes Cash Assistance for Humanitarian Response in Rakhine State
    On 12 October 2017, Ambassador Jukr Boon-Long met Mr. Fabrizzio Carboni, Resident Representative, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Myanmar to deliver Thailand’s cash assistance of 5,000,000 Thai baht (equivalent to 149,566.25 US dollars) for humanitarian efforts in Rakhine State. Also present at the handover ceremony were Daw Kay Thi Soe, Director-General, Strategic Studies and Training Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Myanmar and U Win Shwe, Regional Director, Relief and Resettlement Department, Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement of Myanmar.
  • Royal Thai Embassy in Yangon Promotes Construction Sector and Related Sectors in Myanmar New
    On 28 September 2017, Mr. Narong Boonsatheanwong, Minister, Royal Thai Embassy, Yangon, delivered the congratulatory remarks at the opening ceremony of the 4th Myanmar Build & Décor 2017, organized by Index Creative Village Co. Ltd. The purpose of the event was to promote business networking, expand trade and investment opportunities in the construction sector, interior design and interior decoration industry, as well as furniture industry. It was organized at Myanmar Event Park and showcased over 200 brands from both local and international companies, including those from China, Singapore, Japan, and Thailand. Representatives from related Myanmar agencies gave importance to the event and also attended. They include U Aung Myint, President of the Myanmar Engineering Society, U Sun Oo, President of the Association of Myanmar Architects, U Nyein Aung, President of the Myanmar Associateship of Government Technical Institute Society, U Tin Aung, Secretary of the Myanmar Construction Entrepreneurs Association, and Daw Mi Mi Tin, Director from the Ministry of Construction.
  • Ambassador Promotes Knowledge Sharing in Tourism Industry
    During 18 – 23 August 2017, H.E. U Khin Maung Cho, Union Minister of Industry, visited Thailand to study the development of industrial estates that is environmentally and socially friendly. This form of balanced development is important for Myanmar people, and prioritized by the Myanmar government. The Royal Thai Embassy is of the view that Thai industries are a good role model for Myanmar, and thus coordinated with Thai agencies to arrange a study visit for the Minister. In addition, the study visit also included a meeting between the Minister and Thai private sector to discuss opportunities for investment in the Ministry of Industry’s state enterprises.
  • Royal Dental Mobile Unit
    During 19-21 September 2017, Royal Thai Embassy, Yangon in collaboration with Faculty of Dentistry, Naresuan University organized the "Royal Dental Mobile Unit" at Taunggyi General Hospital, Taunggyi, Shan State. The unit was set up by with our goodwill to provide the quality dental service by Thai dentists and experts to Myanmar people in Taunggyi and vicinity. The unit gave their service to approximately 1,000 people during 3 days of the operation.
  • Ambassador leads Thai Business Association of Myanmar (TBAM) to pay a courtesy call on the Union Minister of Industry
    On 11 September 2017, Ambassador Jukr Boon-Long led a delegation of 18 members of the Thai Business Association of Myanmar (TBAM) to pay a courtesy call on U Khin Maung Cho, Union Minister of Industry. The purpose of the meeting was to follow up on the Union Minister’s study visit to Thailand in August 2017, as a guest of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Thailand, and to discuss further details on opportunities for business partnerships between Thai companies and Myanmar state enterprises.
  • Royal Thai Embassy and Thai Business Association of Myanmar organize an economic seminar “Myanmar Insight 2017”
    On 22 September 2017, the Royal Thai Embassy in Yangon, in collaboration with the Thai Business Association of Myanmar (TBAM), organized an economic seminar, “Myanmar Insight 2017,” at Sofitel Sukhumvit, Bangkok. The seminar served as a platform to provide updated information on Myanmar’s economic policies and related laws, opportunities for trade and investment, as well as the exchange of experiences and recommendations from successful Thai companies in Myanmar. The seminar ended with a panel on support for Thai businesses from the Royal Thai Government and TBAM, and was attended by around 500 Thai businessmen.

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