‘Suriya’ opens the ‘Thai – Italian Business Forum’ in Italy.

Rome, Italy, “Suriya” flies to Italy to open the “Thai – Italian Business Forum” and negotiate to promote economic cooperation. Prepare to organize a presentation of the Land Bridge project. After Italian businessmen are highly interested in investing

Mr. Suriya Juangroongruangkit Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Transport revealed that he attended the opening speech of the Thai – Italian Business Forum organized by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation at the Italian Chamber of Commerce. (Unioncamere) Rome, Italian Republic Together with the President of the Italian Chamber of Commerce He also signed a memorandum of cooperation between the Italian Chamber of Commerce and the Thai Chamber of Commerce. to promote economic cooperation Exchanging knowledge and abilities, especially in technology and promote increased trade and investment between Thailand and Italy.

Mr. Suriya further said that all agencies under the supervision of Mr. Settha Thavisin, Prime Minister, are r
eady to solve problems for businessmen who come to invest in Thailand under the nite Thailand policy implemented by the government. To aim to develop Thailand into a business center. Ready to invite Italian businessmen with expertise and expertise in the luxury goods business to join and invest in Thailand. It is expected that Thailand and the European Union will have a free trade agreement by 2025.

While Mr. Chayatham Phromsorn, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Transport Invited to give a presentation on the Landbridge project during the investment opportunity in Thailand. Let members of the Italian Chamber of Commerce know the history of the project, details, and investment opportunities. Investment style Including creating cooperation between the public and private sectors of Thailand and Italy. To invite interested Italian businesses to invest in the Landbridge project. This project has received a lot of attention from Italian investors and businessmen.

Source: Thia News Agency