The 15th Secretary General of the Thailand Board of Investment

The 15th Secretary General of the Thailand Board of Investment

On 3 October 2022, Mr. Narit Therdsteerasukdi took office as Secretary General of the Thailand Board of Investment (BOI)

Mr. Narit became Secretary General of the BOI, following the retirement at end-September of Ms. Duangjai Asawachintachit, who held the post since 2017. The appointment, which was decided by the Cabinet back in June, makes him the 15th secretary general of the BOI since the agency was established in 1966.

Mr. Narit began his career at the BOI in 1995 and moved up the ranks, serving as Deputy Secretary General from 2017 to this year. He was director of the Special Task Force that formulated the current Investment Promotion Strategy (2015-2022).

Mr. Narit obtained a B.A. in Economics (Honors) from Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, a B.A. in Law from Ramkhamhaeng University, and an M.A. in Economics from Boston University, USA.

He is also vice president of Chulalongkorn University’s Economics Association, the author and co-author of books, and a columnist for several Thai-language media.

For a more complete CV, please visit the following link: https://www.boi.go.th/index.php?page=executive_management_detail&contact_id=120


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