“Jurin” sits as the chairman of the APEC trade ministers meeting on 19-22 May.

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Mr. Jurin Laksanawisit Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Commerce revealed that on 19-22 May, the Ministry of Commerce will host a meetingMinister of Trade for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Group (APEC MRT) in Bangkok where he will be the chairman of the meeting As for the important issue that Thailand will push as the host, is the drive to move forward.APEC Free Trade Agreement (FTA) (FTAAP) between 21 member economies, which members have long discussed. But it hasn’t actually happened yet.

“If Thailand can successfully push the organization It will become the largest FTA in the world because all 21 economic zones have a population of 2.9 billion people, accounting for 38% of the world’s population. has a combined gross domestic product of $52 trillion (1,768 billion baht), accounting for 62% of world GDP; andThe trade value between them will increase by 200-400%.”

In addition, Thailand will also driveBioeconomic model circular economy and green economy or BCG (BCG model) which is the national agenda of Thailand to become a regional economic model to be used for economic development Driving small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and small (MSMEs) to become the key foundations for sustainable economic development of Thailand and APEC. because it is a model that will make the manufacturing sector from the basic economy moving forward towards the production of both products and services environmentally friendly Comply with United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development

meanwhile Thailand will also have bilateral (bilateral) talks with the United States, Russia, Canada, Japan and China Hong Kong. by this meeting All countries insisted on attending Bangkok except China, where the meeting was held online. Due to China’s zero-covid measures, it is inconvenient to leave the country for members of the 21 economies, which are Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, China, China Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, China Taipei, Thailand, the United States and Vietnam.

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