Thailand and Hong Kong sign five trade agreements

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  • Sunday, 01 Dec 2019

Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak and Carrie Lam (left) after signing the agreements after the Thailand-Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Summit at the Santi Maitree Building in Bangkok. - The Nation/ANN

BANGKOK (Dec 1, ANN): Thailand has signed five MoUs (memoranda of understanding) with Hong Kong, in a commitment to forge “greater economic ties between various creative, technological and development agencies” in both countries.

The Nation reports that the MoUs were signed by Deputy PM Somkid Jatusripitak and Hong Kong CEO Carrie Lam, as they co-chaired the 1st Thailand-Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Summit, held at Government House in Bangkok on Sunday (Dec 1).

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