Thailand and China moving towards US$140bil trade goal

NONTHABURI, Aug 10 (Bernama): The Department of Trade Negotiations is trying to increase Sino-Thai trade value to US$140 billion within next year, Thai news agency (TNA) reported.

Auramon Supthaweethum, director-general of the department, recently had a tele-conversation on bilateral trade expansion with Peng Gang, director-general of the Department of Asian Affairs of China’s Ministry of Commerce as both countries had a mutual goal to increase their bilateral trade value to US140 billion next year.

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