The Revenue Department will seek tariff measures to encourage Thai businesses to invest abroad, says director-general Satit Rungkasiri.
By 2015, the Asean Economic Community will take effect. Integrating the 10 countries will bring opportunities for Thailand to expand investment across the region and to import materials at lower cost to serve plants at home.
"There are many ways to encourage more investment overseas," said Mr Satit.
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