|Project Title:||A comparative study of China Thailand economic and trade relations with Thailand Japan|
|Author:||Mr. Weifu Zeng|
|Advisor:||Assistant Professor Ching-Fang Chi|
|Degree:||Master of Business Administration|
Weifu, Zeng. (2017). A comparative study of China Thailand economic and trade relations with Thailand Japan. (Master’s independent study). Bangkok: Siam University.
China, Japan has a long history of economic relations with Thailand. The last century in the late 60s, Thailand Economic and trade relations entered a stage of rapid development, Japan has become Thailand’s largest trading country, first aid country and the largest investment in.1975 Thailand established diplomatic relations, economic and trade relations between the two countries have been recovered rapidly, by 2014 Chinese success replace Japan to become Thailand’s largest trade partner.This paper tries to analyze the two sides and the Thailand economic history and current characteristics, comparison of Thailand, Japan and Thailand in the direction of investment such as infrastructure construction, existing problems in trade relations, and puts forward some countermeasures.
Keywords: China, Japan, Thailand, infrastructure, investment.
A comparative study of China Thailand economic and trade relations with Thailand Japan
International Master in Business Administration (IMBA), Siam University, Bangkok, Thailand
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