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What meaningless drivel!

1 'expand existing major markets, namely the US, European Union, Japan, China and Asean.' How?

2 'to seek new markets such as South Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East. ' Seek away, there'll be few takers.

3 'The third strategy is to revive existing markets,' they've gone elsewhere to save money.

4 'The fourth strategy is to boost border and cross-border trade as well as boost e-commerce.'  Only if the price is right.

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39 minutes ago, mikebell said:

What meaningless drivel!

1 'expand existing major markets, namely the US, European Union, Japan, China and Asean.' How?

2 'to seek new markets such as South Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East. ' Seek away, there'll be few takers.

3 'The third strategy is to revive existing markets,' they've gone elsewhere to save money.

4 'The fourth strategy is to boost border and cross-border trade as well as boost e-commerce.'  Only if the price is right.

The market strategy is sound and all in the scope of Thammanat's portfolio. He will be relying on a few old contacts. 

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There is no mention of the UK in this list of potential export markets. Doesn't Thailand realise that the UK is desperate?

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5 hours ago, mikebell said:

What meaningless drivel!

1 'expand existing major markets, namely the US, European Union, Japan, China and Asean.' How?

2 'to seek new markets such as South Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East. ' Seek away, there'll be few takers.

3 'The third strategy is to revive existing markets,' they've gone elsewhere to save money.

4 'The fourth strategy is to boost border and cross-border trade as well as boost e-commerce.'  Only if the price is right.

Yep. A child could come up with this concept. It's how to implement the strategy that's more relevant and that's totally absent in the report.

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Get off the ChiCom hot money inflows—watch the Baht drop, and your economy recovers.  Simple.

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Power point presentations with video inserts?

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I think they need to introduce another a high budget stimulus package!

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