China / Japan Desk

Thailand-China Industrial Cooperation Institute 

Thai-Chinese Industrial Cooperation Institute acts as a center of the Federation of Thai Industries in fostering cooperation in promoting trade and investment, exchanging economic information with the Chinese government and private sectors, as well as pushing various issues that will facilitate further economic development of the two countries.

The relationship between the Federation of Thai Industries and the Chinese embassy has been strong. It has provided new opportunities to promote, facilitate, and solve the trade and investment between Thailand-China. We worked together on mutual areas of interest such as Cross border E-commerce.

It also serves as a platform to build business networks, a place for discussion between the public and private sectors of both countries, and a mechanism to drive our trade and investment to increase the competitiveness of Thailand.

The 1st High-Level Cooperation between Thailand and Guangdong province Conference

 On August 25th, 2021, Mr. Veerachai Monsintorn, Chairman of TCICI had a Virtual meeting with Mr. Ma Xingrui, the Governor of Guangdong Province to establish a joint venture to drive cooperation in trade and investment dimensions between Thailand and China.

The 18th China-ASEAN Business and Investment Summit

On September 10th, 2021, Mr. Supant Mongkolsuthree, Chairman of FTI, was invited to be a co-host to deliver the welcome remark speech. Furthermore, Mr. Veerachai Monsintorn, Chairman of TCICI was invited to be a speaker in the special dialogue, to share an opinion about the RCEP agreement, that affects Thailand and ASEAN.

FTI committee and TCICI committee online courtesy call to Ambassador of China to Thailand.

On September 28th, 2021, Mr. Supant Mongkolsuthree, Chairman of FTI, Mr. Veerachai Monsintorn, Chairman of TCICI, and FTI Committee online courtesy call to H.E. Mr. Han Zhiqiang, Ambassador of China to Thailand. On the occasion of congratulation on an assumption of Ambassador.

Thai-Japanese Industrial Cooperation Institute (タイ-日本産業協力機構) 

Thai-Japanese Industrial Cooperation Institute act as a center of the Federation of Thai Industries in fostering cooperation in promoting trade and investment, exchange economic information with the Japanese government and private sectors, as well as pushing various issues that will facilitate further economic development of the two countries.
The relationship between the Federation of Thai Industries and Japanese counterparts has been strong. The Kansai Economic Federation (Kankeiren) has opened its Asia Business Creation Platform office at the Federation of Thai Industries since early 2020, while our cooperation with other Japanese counterparts such as Japan Business Federation (Keidanren) and Japanese Chamber of Commerce (JCC) has become even stronger where we worked together on mutual area of interests such as trade facilitation and investment promotion.
It also serves as a platform to build business networks, a place for discussion between the public and private sectors of both countries, and a mechanism to drive Thailand 4.0, develop S-curve and New S-Curve industry in order to increase the competitiveness of Thailand and build cooperation in the development of technical engineering personnel to support the Industry 4.0 policy and the S-Curve industry fulfilling the 20-year national strategy of Thailand.

Promoting trade and investment, exchange economic information.

On September 28th, 2021, Mr. Supant Mongkolsuthree, Chairman of FTI, Mr. Veerachai Monsintorn, Chairman of TCICI, and FTI Committee online courtesy call to H.E. Mr. Han Zhiqiang, Ambassador of China to Thailand. On the occasion of congratulation on an assumption of Ambassador.

Being a center of industrial information for Thai and Japanese business.

As correct and accurate information is crucial and with our close relation with Japanese top executives regularly and learn their thoughts and attitudes towards investment in Thailand. TJIC plan to be a center to present accurate data and facts to rectify any information that might lead to lost investment opportunities. correct news and data sources about Japan.