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Free trade has been in the center of discussions between member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, and its partner states like China, Japan and the United States. Encouraging free trade, in fact, is the driving force behind the efforts of ASEAN states and Thailand is at the vanguard of the campaign. more

There’s no doubt that Phuket is definitely the “to go” tourist attraction in Thailand, if you’re looking for a couple of weeks of fun and frolic. The beaches in Thailand’s largest island are the talk of the world, for their pristine waters and pearly white shores. To top it all they’re well equipped to treat emergency medical situations to ensure your health and well-being. more

As mentioned repeatedly in our blogs, Thailand is one of the most active members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations when it comes to investment and free trade. Because of that, you can be sure that the Kingdom has definitely put in money into a lot of infrastructure projects. more

Every business trip is, of course, not all business. At the end of the day or the week, every businessman has always a touristy side to him. more

Wherever you may be in the world, getting access to a public transportation is a must. That’s why developing countries like Thailand have invested a lot of money in infrastructure, so that people can come and go as they wish and with ease in the country. more

In this age of international trade, it’s common to hear people talk about how their country might encourage foreign investment and thus, help raise their folk’s standard of living. The latter is perhaps just an offshoot of the benefits of foreign investment, but investment coming abroad can indeed have a positive impact on any country’s economy. more

There’s no study of economics in which infrastructure is not mentioned. In fact, the very concept of infrastructure is, you could say, at the center of economic development. If you look closely, countries who have developed and have the most stable economies have invested heavily in infrastructuremore

Thailand has and will always be friendly to its foreign visitors. Its commitment to the free trade drive initiated by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations ensure that there will always be an influx of foreign nationals into the nation, whether they are expats looking to retire or businessmen on official travel. more

Thailand has always been known around the world, not only in the West, for being friendly to tourists. In fact, there are a lot of foreign expats who have fallen in love with the country and are now living out their retirement in the Kingdom. more

It’s only a few days before Songkran, one of Thailand’s most popular festivals, and tourists are expected to come in droves, ready to join the friendly locals in celebrating one of the most festive gatherings in this beautiful Southeast Asian nation. more