Bangkok, July 27, 2012 - The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has carried out a broad-based consumer research study in five key European markets in order to better understand how they perceive Thailand and what “buttons” need to be pressed to maintain visitor flows.
Bangkok, July 25 2012  – Thai fruit export to China has increased drastically, thanks to the R3 Road. Therefore, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives has launched to help Thai fruit exporters attract more Chinese consumers. 
Paisan Youngsomboon, a leading executive in the food and agricultural industry with Charoen Pokphand Group Company Limited, China, has urged those who are set to invest in China or plan to export to the country to look into tax incentives proposed by the Chinese government.
The Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket Raceweek got underway Thursday morning in what is forecast to be perfect ‘champagne sailing’ conditions for the entire 4-day regatta.
A press conference was held on July 3 at the Kura Serf Restaurant in Jomtien to officially welcome home and congratulate the successful Thai windsurfing team that garnered 3 medals at the recent Asian Beach Games held in Hai-yang, China, from June 16-23.
BERLIN, July 19 – The leaders of Thailand and Germany have agreed to accelerate negotiations to conclude a free trade agreement between Thailand and the European Union (EU) as a key mechanism to boost mutual trade and investment.
BANGKOK, 18 July 2012  – The Thai central bank is keeping a close eye on the Chinese economic conditions, for fears of its impact on the local economy. 
Bangkok, July 16, 2012 - The Thai tourism industry continued its strong performance in the first six months of 2012, with total arrivals of 10,496,789, up 7.60% over the same period of 2011.
BANGKOK, July 16 – The European Union (EU) decided to postpone withdrawal of Thailand’s Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) import privileges from 2013 to 2014 according to Nuntawan Sakuntanaga, Director-General of Department of International Trade Promotion.

Highlights of the TAT Action Plan 2013

Wednesday, 18 July 2012 09:21
Bangkok, July 16, 2012 --  The Tourism Authority of Thailand has unveiled a series of strategies designed to maintain Thailand’s brand image, marketing profile and visitor arrivals in a world of unprecedented change.
BANGKOK, 15 July 2012  – The Thai Tourism Authority has already strategized about how to achieve the ambitious tourism revenue target of 2 trillion baht within 3 years’ time.
BANGKOK, 14 July 2012  – The deputy prime minister in charge of economic affairs has reassured the public that the Eurozone debt crisis has not posed any significant impact on the country yet.
BANGKOK, 14 July 2012  - Mr. Paisan Youngsomboon, a leading executive in the food and agricultural industry, of Charoen Pokphand Group Company Limited, China, has urged those who are set to invest in China or plan to export to the country to look into tax...
BANGKOK, 11 July 2012  – Former Deputy Governor of the Bank of Thailand Bandid Nijathaworn(บัณฑิต นิจถาวร) has warned about 3 risk factors that could affect the Thai economy in the second half of this year.
BANGKOK, 10 July 2012  – Thai Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Surapong Tovichakchaikul, is attending the ASEAN Ministerial Meeting in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Thailand to host 3rd SEOM this month

Tuesday, 10 July 2012 11:05
BANGKOK, 9 July 2012  - Thailand will host the 3rd ASEAN Senior Economic Officials Meeting (SEOM) later this month, during which the attending delegates will discuss the imminent ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) and other trade agreements.
BANGKOK, 6 July 2012 -Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul is set to explain in detail the case covering NASA’s request to use U-tapao airbase for its atmospheric studies when Parliament convenes in August while the Science and Technology Minister is reportedly planning to visit the US...
BANGKOK, July 6 – Thai frozen shrimp exports in the first five months shrank 2.23% year-on-year, affected by the eurozone debt crisis, according to the Commerce Ministry.
BANGKOK, 6 July 2012  – The Secretary-General of ASEAN is worried that the integration of the 10-member economic bloc into a community may put its citizens at risks of catching more non-communicable illnesses.
Bangkok, July 05, 2012 – The global economy slowdown has had little impact on tourist arrivals to Thailand.  The Kingdom had a total of 8,871,930 visitor arrivals for the period of January through May 2012, up 7.27% compared to the same period in 2011. China...
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