Thai commercial attaches around the world are explaining the political situation in Thailand to the country's trading partners, said Nuntawan Sakuntanaga, director general of the Department of International Trade Promotion.
Thai commercial attaches were instructed to quickly inform trading partners that national administrative control by the National Council for Peace and Order had no impact on Thai trade, she said. Production and exports continued as usual, and Thailand could steadily serve buyers' orders.
She said an advisor for North America suggested Thai products and services had good export potential in the United States and Canada, thanks to their quality and safety and Thailand should actively conduct marketing campaigns there.
Thai News Agency online reported the advisor also recommended that Thai fashion products are popular in Houston and organic and food products as well as tourist and medical services of Thailand have bright prospects there.
An honorary trade advisor supervising China viewed that Thai products are warmly welcomed there, especially for their food safety; therefore, Thailand should further promote its products in the country.
The advisor also pointed out that the authorities of Nanning city are persuading Thai operators to invest in the Guangzi Zhuang Autonomous Region and Macao is importing more food to serve the growing numbers of visitors and that Thailand should grasp the opportunity.
In addition, Thai commerce authorities viewed that free trade negotiations with Turkey and Pakistan could also increase the value of Thai exports.