BOI holds online business forum on partnership in the medical sector

BOI holds online business forum on partnership in the medical sector

The Thailand Board of Investment (BOI) Frankfurt Office in collaboration with the Royal Thai Embassy in Warsaw and the Polish Investment & Trade Agency (PAIH) organised an online Thai-Polish Business Forum on 11 May 2022 to discuss “Strategic Partnership on Medical Industry” aiming to publicise the opportunities and promotion incentives offered to support investment in Thailand’s medical industry. The Forum was part of the celebrations this year of the 50th anniversary of Thailand-Poland diplomatic relations. Mr. Jeerasak Pomsuwan, Charge d'affaires of the Royal Thai Embassy in Warsaw, and H.E. Mr. Waldemar DUBANIOWSKI, Ambassador of Poland to Thailand, delivered the opening remarks at the seminar while Mr. Chanin Khaochan, Deputy Secretary-General of the BOI, the Director of the (BOI) Frankfurt Office, and officials of the PAIH also addressed the forum. The event was attended by Thai private sector executives, including from the medical devices sector, the Federation of Thai Industries, Thai Subcon, Comarch (Thailand) Co., Ltd. and representatives of more than 40 organisations from the two countries.

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