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'Creative Thailand' to propel collectibles & souvenir industry
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Dec '09
Thailand announces its ambition to be the hub of creative industry in ASEAN and to enhance the economic value of creative industry from 12 to 20 per cent of Gross National Product by 2012 in line with 'Creative Thailand' idea. Trade exhibitions will be organized throughout the year. Both public and private sectors join forces to propel Thailand to be the hub of collectibles and souvenir distributors in 2010.

Thailand welcomes all traders to trade exhibitions where you will find variety of Thai products, all are unique and in good quality. All major exhibition venues such as the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, IMPACT Muang Thong Thani and BITEC Bangna are ready to serve exhibitors and visitors with their state-of-the-art facilities and high quality services.

It is well known around the globe that Thailand is unique with its rich and diverse natural resources. With expertise in craftsmanship and the cultural wisdom that has been passed on through generations, Thailand is one of important arts and handicrafts centres of the SEA region. It offers a rich array of raw materials, advanced technologies, skilled artisans, and efficient logistics, resulting in a strong confidence from worldwide business partners and consumers.

The amazing raw materials and fabrics available exclusively in Thailand enable Thai's brands to create innovations that make the country highly competitive in the global arena while staying true to its cultural heritage. Most importantly, the Sufficiency Economy theory, an initiative of HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej, is integrated as part of Thai people's way of life and in the heart and mind of Thai designers, thus further add value to their own work in the creative industries.

From fancy apparels and handmade furniture to modern-art decors fashioned out of Thailand's rich natural resources, the inventive minds quickly propel and stimulate Thailand into the new economic era through its creative thoughts and innovation. In accordance with government policy , the mark of quality is licensed only to registered products and services that meet the strict specification.

The diversified Thai products with refined quality that meet international standard are the key factor that make Thailand's brand shine through. Whether it be leather, jewelry and garment industries, all contributes to Bangkok's creative and energetic ambiance shining brightly to the world.

Thailand Shining Through is a channel supported by the Advisory Board on Building National Confidence and Image of the Office of the Permanent Secretary, the Office of the Prime Minister in which all updated and reliable information is available.

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