The government will consider liberalising the Foreign Business Act to make the country more open to foreign investment and to comply with free trade agreements to which it has committed, says Deputy Commerce Minister Alongkorn Ponlaboot. Facilitating investment in the country is the key to its economic growth. Making Thailand more attractive to foreign firms is a key part of this strategy, the deputy minister said.
FBA liberalisation to be considered
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