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Agricultural exports of Thailand under the FTA in the year grew 2.3%.

ส่งออกสินค้าเกษตร ภายใต้ FTA ปี 63 โต 2.3 %
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Jan 26, 2021
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"Department of Negotiations" published a year 63 trade statistics showed agricultural exports to countries where Thailand had an FTA grew by 2.3%, although the whole year had to face the COVID-19 crisis, fresh pork, fresh chicken, fresh fish and fresh fruit. Chilled, frozen cassava, needs gush! Ready to move forward with FTA negotiations To continuously expand Thai trade to the world market
Mrs. Oramon Supthawetham Director-General of the Department of International Trade Negotiations revealed that the COVID-19 crisis This has affected Thai international trade in 2020, but when considering the trade figures between Thailand and countries with which Thailand has entered into a free trade agreement or FTA, it is found that agricultural products such as agriculture, fisheries and livestock do not include agricultural industries. The export value was 14,876 million US dollars (71% of Thai agricultural exports to the world), an increase of 2.3% compared to 2019, with the export market expanding including Cambodia (+ 140%), Hong Kong (+ 19%). Singapore (+ 18%), Brunei (+ 15%), China (+ 11%), New Zealand (+ 11%), Australia (+ 5%), Myanmar (+ 2%), and Malaysia (+ 2%). Exports increased, such as US $ 110 million (+ 259%) value of chilled and frozen pigs, other USD 815 million (+ 78%), chilled and frozen chicken, US $ 912 million (+ 14%), chilled and frozen fish. Frozen US $ ...
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