Thailand gained Bt11.4b in foreign direct investment from Australia, New Zealand, India, China and Japan thanks to free-trade agreements. Due to the global economic slump, combined FDI under Thailand’s investment-promotion privileges from those five countries was Bt11.4b in the first half of the year, down 25.39 % from Bt15.28b in the same period last year. In addition, the number of projects was slashed 40.7 per cent to 64 projects in the same period. (The Nation)
Kingdom sees Bt11.4b in FDI from 5 partners
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