Thailand is the second largest economy in Southeast Asia with a population of 68 million people and a strategic location to serve regional markets. The country is also a major producer of agricultural products, such as rice, sugercane, cassava, corn, rubber and palm oil.
Nederlandse Ambassade in Bangkok
Thailand’s electric vehicle market is slowly starting to bloom.
Thailand is the second largest economy of Southeast Asia and one of the world’s leading medical hubs. Its well-equipped hospitals offer a wide variety of services and attract yearly over 2.5 million foreigners for medical treatment.
Thailand is the second economy of Southeast Asia with a population of 68 million people. With an installed power-generating capacity of 2,768 MW in January 2016, Thailand is the largest producer of solar energy in Southeast Asia.
Thailand is the second economy of Southeast Asia and one of the world’s leading producers of agricultural commodities. Its poultry industry is the largest in the region and is home to major Thai and foreign players.
Cambodia is a developing market economy in Southeast Asia with a population of more than 15 million people and a GDP of around USD 18.5 billion (2015). The country’s economy is growing rapidly and liberal trade and investment policies have been introduced to promote trade and foreign investment.