Business leads in Pakistan
BANGKOK, 7 August 2012: Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Embassy of Pakistan will host a seminar on business partnerships between the two countries, 23 August, at the Sukosol Bangkok.
Tagged “Six Decades of Thailand – Pakistan Friendship: Towards Building a Strong Economic Partnership,” the seminar marks 60 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
It’s a free seminar and open for anyone interested in doing business with Pakistan. The seminar will offer background information on Thai-Pakistan relations, general business policy in Pakistan and tourism potential.
• Six Decades of Thailand – Pakistan Friendship: the Future of Thailand – Pakistan Relations by Pakistan Ambassador to Thailand His Excellency Sohali Mahmood;
• Pakistan’s FDI and Trade Policy by the Embassy of Pakistan in Thailand commercial counsellor, Syed Zafar Ali Shah;
• Experience Trade and Investment in Pakistan by Thai Urethane Plastic Company managing director, Suchai Aswapanyawongse;
• Opportunities and challenges of doing business in Pakistan by Thailand Trade Representative secretary, Anirut Samutkochorn;
• Tourism in Pakistan, Buddhist Heritage (Taxila) by Mahamakut Buddhist University faculty of social science deputy dean, venerable monk Dr Anil Man Sakya.
The session will end with a presentation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ department of South Asian, Middle East and African Affairs director-general, Norong Sasitorn.
For more information on the seminar contact the Ministry of Foreign Affairs the department of South Asian, Middle East and African Affairs at 662 203 500 ext. 12026 or 12027 . Registration must be made before 17 August.