By The Nation
Somkid has said that he did not think the trade conflict would severely affect the country’s export sector.
He added that foreign countries had a better understanding of Thailand’s political situation. If there were no political turbulence, more foreign investors would come to Thailand as they regard the Kingdom as the hub of the Ayeyawady-Chao Phraya-Mekong Economic Cooperation Strategy, as well as Asean. He said he was confident that the country’s economy would expand more than 4 per cent this year.