ASEAN continues to promote trade facilitation ASEAN

ASEAN continues to promote trade facilitation

The ASEAN Business Advisory Council (ASEAN-BAC) was satisfied with negotiations over ASEAN trade facilitation procedures, in which all members agreed to form and implement guidelines on non-tariff measures, said the Thai Ministry of Commerce.
Thailand’s exports drop for third straight month in May World

Thailand’s exports drop for third straight month in May

Thailand’s customs-cleared exports dropped for a third straight month in May, down 5.79 percent from a year earlier, after contracting 2.57 percent in April, mainly due to lower shipments of cars and parts, electronics and oil, the Thai Ministry of Commerce said on June 21.
Thailand works to distribute palm oil overstock World

Thailand works to distribute palm oil overstock

The Thai government is making efforts to sell some of its domestic supply of raw palm nuts and crude palm oil to ease its current high stock of 400,000 tonnes of oil, compared to the normal level of 250,000 tonnes.
Thailand has more than 100 products registered in GI World

Thailand has more than 100 products registered in GI

Thailand's Ministry of Commerce has registered more than 100 products for Geographical Indication (GI), representingg over four billion baht in commercial value, following the Prime Minister’s policy to create value-added local products.
Thailand: rice bill expected to be approved World

Thailand: rice bill expected to be approved

A committee considering the draft rice law of Thailand had showed optimism that a revised version of the bill will satisfy all relevant parties when it was put into the second debate at the National Legislative Assembly (NLA) on February 26.
Vietnam participates in ASEAN-India expo Business

Vietnam participates in ASEAN-India expo

Vietnamese products like handicrafts and farm produce, and tourism and transportation services are being showcased in New Delhi, India, within the framework of the fourth ASEAN-India expo that opened on February 21.