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Thailand Week kickstarts today in Colombo

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Thailand Week Trade Fair and Business Opportunity with Thailand opens today, 9 March, at the BMICH. The grand opening will be attended by Minister of Development Strategies and International Trade Malik Samarawickrama along with Ambassador of Thailand to Sri Lanka Chulamanee Chartsuwan. 

Jittima Nakamano, Director of Thai Trade Center, Chennai, the organiser of this event is presenting the second edition of Thailand Week in Colombo again this year to showcase the best quality products from Thailand for Sri Lankan to shop and trade directly with Thai entrepreneurs as well as to taste and experience Thai cuisine and cultural shows under one roof.  

The inauguration will be followed by the Business Matching Forum with 30 selected companies from Thailand featuring more than 100 quality products directly from Thailand and the special seminar on ‘Sri Lanka-Thailand Strategic Partnership in the Making – Perspective on Trade, Investment and Development Opportunities between Thailand and Sri Lanka’ organised in collaboration with the Royal Thai Embassy, Colombo and Ministry of Development Strategies and International Trade of Sri Lanka along with the panelist from Export Development Board of Sri Lanka. The Thailand Week event will take place from 9-11 March at the BMICH. The Trade Day (B2B) and Special Seminar will be held on 9 March. The Trade Fair and Exhibition is from 9 to 11 March (until 7 p.m.).Visit the second Thailand Week for new business opportunities whilst experiencing authentic Thai food and delightful cultural shows. Stand a chance to win a Thai Airways round trip air ticket to Thailand and hotel vouchers in Bangkok and Pattaya.

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