Thais Seek S. Korea Investment
Thais Seek S. Korea Investment

Thais Seek S. Korea Investment

Thais Seek S. Korea Investment

With Bangkok being one of the world’s most popular travel destinations and also dubbed the “kitchen of the world,” Thailand attracted a record-high 1.37 million Korean tourists in 2015, Yonhap reported. Under its new economic roadmap, “Thailand 4.0,” which is in line with the 20-year economic development plan from 2011 to 2030, Thailand now has a broader plan to attract more Koreans. Southeast Asia’s second-largest economy by GDP is welcoming Seoul to invest and share its knowhow in Bangkok’s step for economic reform based on digital technology and other cutting-edge technologies.


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