The Prime Minister Confirms Special Rights for Foreign Investors
In a meeting attended by representatives of the Board of Investment (BOI), Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Mr. Settha Thavisin, confirmed the granting of special rights to foreign investors in accordance with the law. This initiative builds upon certain aspects of the previous government’s policies.
During an interview conducted on September 21st at 5:10 pm local time in New York City, the Prime Minister outlined his support for countries considering investments in Thailand, emphasizing that all actions would be carried out within the legal framework. The Secretary General of the BOI also attended the meeting, clarifying that he was not the instigator of these discussions, as some of the initiatives were carried over from the previous administration.
The Prime Minister revealed ongoing conversations with several companies, highlighting his responsibility to ensure progress and establish definitive timelines. He emphasized the need for transparency and the delineation of feasible actions to expedite the process. When asked about a specific timeline for tangible outcomes, the Prime Minister shared that significant advancements are expected by November 13th, coinciding with the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) event.
The Prime Minister confirms special rights for foreign investors in accordance with the law. BOI everyone attended the meeting. and not the one that started it all Built on some parts of the previous government.
At 5:10 pm on September 21, local time in New York City, United States, Mr. Settha Thavisin, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Gave an interview about giving special rights to support countries that will invest in Thailand, saying that everything in accordance with the law. The Secretary General of the BOI was also present at the meeting with everyone, to tell the truth, he was not the one who started it all. Some of them came from the previous government. There are some companies we have already spoken to. It is his duty to continue. And try to push for clear timelines, speaking clearly about what can and cannot be done in order to bring it to an end quickly When asked if there was a target for how many months it would take to see the what was discussed is becoming tangible, said the Prime Minister. The Minister said that as a first step On 13 November, there is likely to be some progress in APEC.
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