Business in Asia covers business, economic, and cultural topics for Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. The site also offers statistical data for each country.
Executive Briefing: The island tourism market is a major growth segment worldwide in international tourism. Penghu, Taiwan, and Phuket, Thailand, have become major tourism destinations for Taiwanese tourists. This paper will explore the difference between Taiwanese tourists who choose between Penghu and Phuket as their travel destinations. Opens in PDF.
The Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC) is Thailand's leading venue for exhibitions and conventions. This site provides a calendar of events, floor plans, a transportation guide, local lodging information, and the latest news from BITEC.
The Bank of Thailand (BOT) provides economic information for researchers and analysts through its library and research coordinators. The site also includes research and publications on various topics such as monetary and exchange rate policies, bank notes, and bond and debt instruments.
The Board of Investment (BOI) in Thailand aims to help investors reduce the risks associated with investment and improve the overall rate of return on investment. The site includes information on investment promotion, business opportunities, and starting a business in Thailand. Various guides about investing in Thailand are available for free to download in PDF.
Business Day is Thailand's official international business news source. This website includes sections focused directly on international business, the economy, energy, and politics. Limited translation is available.
Thailand's Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP) provides information to foreign buyers interested in purchasing exports from Thailand. The site includes brochures related to specific product classes, and an extensive list of Thai suppliers. Also available is a section devoted to frequently asked questions and answers regarding exporting from Thailand.
The Thailand Exporter Directory provides a listing of exporters and manufacturers in Thailand. Users have the ability to search by product or company through 33 different categories. Other useful links, such as frequently asked questions, highlighted industries, and a contact form for the Thai Trade Center, are also provided for those interested in importing from Thailand.
The Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA) was established to develop space technology and geo-informatics that are beneficial to Thailand's development and the general public. GISTDA delivers values from space by developing satellite databases and providing data services relating to space technology and geo-informatics.
The Ministry of Commerce of Thailand (MOC) is responsible for trade and commerce related activities in Thailand through the implementation of policies and regulations. This website provides foreign trade statistics, as well as information on business development, commerce agencies, economic indices, and intellectual property in Thailand.
As the official website of Thailand Ministry of Foreign Affairs, this website covers Thailand's foreign policy, news press, official business information, and the services of the ministry. Also provided is a detailed introduction regarding Thailand's economy, religion, people, culture, and tourism.
The Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) is responsible for issuing regulatory policies in the healthcare industry in Thailand. Its policies ensure that facilities that produce healthcare goods and services comply with safety standards. The ministry is also responsible for the accreditation of hospitals. The ministry provides access to information regarding disease preventive measures, dangerous environmental hazards, and the practices of efficient healthcare. This website is only available in Thai.
The Office of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) is responsible for the telecoms and broadcasting sectors in Thailand. The NBTC forms policies and regulating legislature to maintain the efficiency and availability of communications for the people.
Thailand's main government page provides detailed information regarding the prime minister, government agencies, and key issues in the country. Also included is a news room section providing recent government news, press releases, and a schedule of events.
Thai Trade provides an extensive list of possible trade leads for numerous product categories. The site includes specific sections for buyers and sellers as well as a press center section with trade news related to Thailand. Buyers and sellers must register for free with the website to access all of its features.
The Thai Trade Fair website lists current and upcoming events held by the Department of International Trade Promotion from the Ministry of Commerce. The site has registration information and provides updates regarding trade shows and events, as well as a newsletter and services for matching with businesses.
The Nation is an online news source pertaining to current events in Thailand. The business section of the newspaper covers topics specifically in the fields of macroeconomics, corporate business, investment and finance, columns and management, and auto. Other useful tools on this particular page of the site include a stock watch for Thai companies and a section with tips for investing in stocks.
The National Statistic Office of Thailand provides various statistical data on the following categories: economics, population and society, environment and energy, industry and construction, information and communication technology, and agriculture and fishery. Also included are sections dedicated to census, publications, knowledge, and more.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) is Thailand's national stock exchange. In addition to market data, products and services, and companies and securities information, the website also provides information about rules and regulations, an event calendar, and relevant news releases.