December 17, 2021 – Dr. Poj Aramwattanont, Chairman of ICC Thailand and Mr. Phusit Ratanakul Sereroengrit, the Director-General of the Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce joined an ICC Thailand press conference on “Roles of ICC Thailand to support Thailand economic growth during post covid-19 pandemic” and “Roles of the Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce support ICC Thailand in expanding Thai trade and investment” at Bunjerd Cholvijarn Building, Board of Trade of Thailand. The ICC Thailand Chairman revealed plans to accelerate entrepreneurs to develop/strengthen their competitive advantage and other relevant capabilities and readiness in dealing with foreign markets. In 2022, ICC Thailand will continue to promote and support international trade amongst potential business sectors/entrepreneurs. The 5 key action plans are described as follows:
1. Bring digitization to support Digital Trade 2. Increase Business Opportunity and Save the Environment through Green Loan 3. Promote ICC Arbitration in Thailand 4. Enhancing knowledge of international trade 5. Encouraging businesses to consider cybersecurity
The Director General of the Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP) concluded that the cooperation between DITP and ICC Thailand will focus on strengthening cooperation in training to develop the potential of Thai entrepreneurs in international trade. In 2022, the DITP plans to work with ICC Thailand such as organize trainings/seminars in both online and offline, information exchange, using each other's networks to promote Thai entrepreneurs to expand their markets to foreign countries through the Office of Trade Promotion in foreign countries and ICC offices in 100 countries around the world. In addition, the DITP is pleased to support and facilitate in various fields to integrate public-private partnerships to drive the development of knowledge of entrepreneurs to compete effectively in the world trade arena both entering the commerce market in the digital era and the knowledge of various trade regulations to keep up with the changes in the context of world trade.
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