Pinij Jarusombat, a key advocate of Thai-Chinese economic and social relations, has pledged to get the lucrative edible bird's nests exports to China back on track after the 14-billion baht industry was hit by Beijing’s tougher regulations on imports.
The chairman of the Thai-Chinese Cultural and Economic Association (TCCEA), said the two nations had a long, close and brother-like relationship and the problem relating to the country’s bird’s nest exports should not be viewed as too big to handle.
He said he was confident that the issue was negotiable and Bangkok and Beijing could find a mutually-agreed solution to the matter. However, he admitted the process could take some time.
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