The Ambassador of Canada to Thailand paid a courtesy call on the Minister of the Prime Minister’s Office.

Today (28 January 2019) 09.00 hrs. Ms. Donica Pottie, Ambassador of Canada to Thailand Paid a courtesy call on Mr. Kobsak Phutrakul, Minister of the Prime Minister’s Office at Reception Room 1, Command Building 1, Government House. The following summary

Minister for the Prime Minister’s Office and the Ambassador of Canada Are pleased to have the opportunity to discuss between each other today Both countries have a smooth relationship. And more cooperation between Especially in trade and investment The Ambassador of Canada said that it is pleased that there are many private companies in Canada who have invested in Thailand for a long time. And some companies are also interested in expanding their investments, such as Bombardier, which invests in the BTS signal equipment in Bangkok. Interested in investing in rail systems in other provinces of Thailand and Celestica, which produces electronic components. Interested in investing in the Special Economic Zone of the Eastern Region (EEC) as well. The Minister of the Office of the Prime Minister is very pleased that Canadian private companies are interested in investing in Thailand, especially in the EEC. Thai University To enter the labor force for the growing industrial sector within the special economic zone of the Eastern Region (EEC)

This opportunity, both sides also discussed the participation in the CPTPP (Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership) of Thailand. The Minister of the Office of the Prime Minister welcomed Canada to support the interest to join CPTPP in Thailand and emphasized that Thailand is aware of The importance of CPTPP, which will help raise the standard of operation of member countries regarding trade agreements and see that CPTPP will help drive the Thai economy into In an economy driven by advanced technology. Under the policy of Thailand 4.0 as well. The Ambassador of Canada Discussed the leading role of Canada in CPTPP and is pleased to provide additional information on procedures and rules regarding CPTPP and Thailand

Source: Royal Thai Government

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