By The Nation
Narit Therdsteerasukdi, deputy secretary-general of BOI, said on Wednesday (January 15) it is a collaboration with the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency and Korea Thailand Communication Centre.
The chief aim is to secure the investment of 200 members of the Korean Chamber of Commerce in the EEC, for which the Department of Employment and the Customs and Immigration Bureau have agreed to facilitate.
The agreement includes visas and work permits for Korean businesspeople through the “Single Window” system.
South Korea has in the last five years requested state support for 140 investment projects in the EEC with a combined budget of Bt19.84 billion, mainly involving appliances, electronic and digital devices, metal products, chemical substances, automotive and spare parts and processed food.