On September 8th, TEBA facilitated a meeting between a delegation of TEBA members and the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Commerce allowing TEBA members to put forward their suggestions on reforms, impact of the ending of the GSP, customs issues, and other issues of importance to the automotive, aerospace and pharmaceutical sectors.
The overall goal for Thai-European Business Dialogue (TEBD) is to promote trade and investment opportunities between the two regions. Each sector and country has specific needs that must be met in order for investors to realise their full potential.
In preparation for the fourth round of negotiations for the Thai-EU free-trade agreement that were held from 8th-10th April 2014, the Department of Trade Negotiations (DTN) held a stakeholder consultative session on 2nd April 2014.
On 11 April, TEBA facilitated a group of its members to visit the Department of Foreign Trade (DFT) at the Ministry of Commerce to gain clarification of the issues surrounding the ATIGA (the ASEAN Trade in Good Agreement) and to present member thoughts on the way the policy is implemented.
On 27 March 2014, Thai Embassy to the EU in partnership with the Department of European Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs hosted a conference on the topic of Thailand Investment opportunities in the European Union at Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers in Bangkok at 08:00 to 17:00 am.
Year 2013 was another great successful year for TEBA conducting business related initiatives including information, networking and advocacy activities. During 3-7 February 2014, TEBA presented its activities and further action plans to European Parliament, European Commission and Thai government agencies.
Presently, the country’s education at all levels are facing with the challenges and in particularly the evolution in the digital era that offers no limitation of time and place as the digital content can now be delivered via variety of communication devices. However, the content developed for students, parents, and general public must be standardized, accurate, integrated, up-to-date, and practical in order to improve both knowledge and acceptable behavior leading the profound wisdom to the nation.
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.