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BOI Policy Update - A Presentation by Duangjai Asawachintachit, Deputy Secretary General of the BOI

During the European Chambers Luncheon in March 2017 the Deputy Secretary General of the Thailand Board of Investors Khun Duangjai Asawachintachit updated the Thai-European business community on the current and future policy of the BOI. The presentation covered the new investment promotion tools and policies towards Thailand 4.0. The presentation also covered area-based and investment promotion policies and measures in 2017, such as those in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC). We have uploaded the presentation for you in case you want to reread some of the things mentioned.




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Executive Summary with focus on Thailand. Economic outlook for Southeast Asia, China and India 2017: Addressing energy challenges. © OECD 2017.

Please find a one-page executive summary compiled by the NTCC office. Get a quick overview of the economic outlook of Thailand. The full report is also available, made by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

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Myanmar: A wave of optimism - will it last? by Roland Berger

As Myanmar opens up to international business, a rare window of opportunity arises. Businesses need to act quickly to join the economy's immense growth. Management consulting firm Roland Berger performed a comprehensive business confidence survey among nearly two hundred executives in Myanmar. If you are interested in doing business in Myanmar, check this report. It will provide valuable guidance to investing in Myanmar.




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Note on Thailand election outlook 2017

Our member and corporate-advisory firm Vriens & Partners delivers a note on the outlook of a possible election in 2017. Please click the button for the full report. 



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McKinsey&Company report on regional trends in the ASEAN countries

Management consulting firm McKinsey&Company analyses macroeconomic trends, financial markets and government and policy in the ASEAN countries. Thailand's GDP growth slowed down from 3.5% in Q2 to 3.2% in Q3 2016 as investments, private consumption and government spending declined. On a more positive note, current indicators as retail sales and industrial continued to exceed expectations for the second month in a row. Exports showed a strong recovery to record its first year-on-year expansion in seven quarters. Financial markets were not as badly affected as the other ASEAN countries in the aftermath of the US Presidential election. See the full report for in-dept analyses.



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