TEBA invites Thai Automotive Institute to provide trainings for automotive suppliers and government agencies on how to become global automotive hub as outlined by the Ministry of Industry
Thailand and Europe Collaboration on Science, Technology and Innovation between Chulalongkorn University and TEBA
“Thai cuisine to the world” organized by Thailand National Food Institute, Ministry of Industry. With its main focus, Royal Thai Government aims to provide a systematic expansion of Thai food markets in the creating a good image of the country main export products. The project also aims to help and encourage Thai restaurants operating overseas.
Bangkok: The Thai European Business Association (TEBA) invited delegates from the various government agencies, utilities and academia to visit Singapore to demonstrate first-hand the latest trends and innovations in environmental sustainability for the auto-industry, including the new BMW i3 and the new BMW i8 concept electric vehicles, as well as the electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure solution provided by Bosch.
Ministry of Transport hosted by Minister Chadchart met with TEBA delegates to discuss industrial development on aviation
Thailand’s government has approved a future restructuring of the country’s vehicle excise tax away from rates based on engine size to one dependent on the quantity of carbon dioxide emissions. Thailand’s government has approved a future restructuring of the country’s vehicle excise tax away from rates based on engine size to one dependent on the quantity of carbon dioxide emissions.
The Ministry of Public Health is accelerating the setting up of at least a model flea market in each province in order to promote food safety standards. Deputy Public Health Minister Surawit Khonsomboon said that the project would be completed by the end of 2012, in response to the Government’s policy to develop Thailand as the “Kitchen of the World.”
Politicians should be kept out of the decision-making process for long-term flood-prevention projects, says Deputy Prime Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong. Both domestic and foreign experts must be consulted to develop solid academic and technological solutions, he said.European countries, China, Korea and Japan have proposed long-term projects, while the Asian Development Bank yesterday made recommendations and funding proposals for a rehabilitation plan.