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Thailand-Japan industrial bubble eyed

Jul 28. 2020
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By The Nation

In a recent discussion, the Department of Industrial Promotion (DIP) and the Organisation for Small and Medium Enterprises and Regional Innovation, Japan (SME Support Japan) decided to match Thai and Japanese businesses to create an industrial bubble.

Nattapon Rangsitpon, DIP director general, said the industrial bubble will be operated through the T-GoodTech trading platform, which will link up with the J-Goodtech SME platform to match 4,000 Thai businesses with a Japanese business database of 20,000 members.

This system will also help publicise different businesses so they can be matched with different target markets.

DIP has recently been able to link up more than 70 businesses, accounting for up to Bt400 million in revenue from exports.

Thailand’s online trading system is expected to grow by more than 35 per cent this year, and should help strengthen the country’s industrial sector so it can advance in line with the global value chain.

More information is available via the Digital Industry Division at (02) 202 4562 or DIP’s Public Relations Department Office at (02) 202 4414-18 or by visiting

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