Published: Jul 02, 2022
Thailand and France – a vital European Union member with significant trade and investment potential – have a long relationship. Trade between the two countries has always been strong and France is significant to Thailand’s economy. While the Thai private sector has invested in France, there are currently over 280 French companies doing business in Thailand.
Published: Jun 29, 2022
High inflation and household debt would be key risks in hindering the expansion of Thailand's economy this year and circular economy would play a vital role to sustain the country's growth, the World Bank has said.
Published: May 24, 2022
Mr. Jurin Laksanawisit, leader of the Democrat Party, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Commerce, as the chairperson of international seminar “APEC BCG Symposium 2002”, along with Mr. Jose Miguel Ahumada, Vice Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Chile, Dr. Rebecca Sta Maria, APEC Executive Director, APEC Secretariat, and Ministry of Commerce’s executives presided over the opening ceremony of “APEC BCG Symposium 2002” at Ballroom A-B on 23rd Floor of Centara Grand at CentralWorld Hotel.
Published: Apr 21, 2021
The Cabinet on Tuesday approved draft ministerial regulations covering three types of biochemical plants. The move is aimed to support the Bio-, Circular and Green Economy (BCG) model that has been adopted by Thailand.
Published: Jun 22, 2020
The Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation has unveiled its plan to boost the gross domestic product of the country's bio-circular green (BCG) economy, to strengthen Thailand’s economic sustainability.
Published: Mar 23, 2020
The Thailand Textile Institute has collaborated with the Office of Small and Medium Enterprise Promotion to promote and improve the textile industry under the “BCG fashion lifestyle” concept, institute director Chanchai Sirikasemlert said.