Postponed Finnish minister visit to Thailand set for August

The Finnish Minister of Economic Affairs Mika Lintilä, is now set to visit Thailand in August 2018. Businesses are invited to join the Team Finland business delegation to Thailand where the high level visit will explore new business opportunities, in particular within energy and digitalization.

This visit was originally planned for June 2018 and was postponed to August 2018.

The minister-led Team Finland business delegation will visit Thailand on 20 – 22 August 2018.

Thailand made a leap upwards in World Bank’s ‘ease of doing business’ survey, covering 190 economies, from 48th to 26th place, in November 2017.

“Thailand has made immense progress in doing business reforms this past year, with strong Government leadership at the highest level”, said Ulrich Zachau, World Bank’s Director for Southeast Asia.

Thailand has not only made its regulatory framework lighter, but is updating its economy by the ambitious new Thailand 4.0 development plan, Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) program, reforms in alternative energy sector, Smart Grid pilot projects, Smart City initiatives etc.

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