|Project Title:||An analysis of Chinese investment opportunities in renewable energy power industry in Thailand|
|Author:||Ms. Liqin Wu|
|Advisor:||Assoc. Prof. Dr.Om Huvanand|
|Degree:||Master in Business Administration (International Program)|
|Major:||International Business Management|
Wu, Liqin. (2019). An analysis of Chinese investment opportunities in renewable energy power industry in Thailand. (Independent study, Master of Business Administration). Bangkok: Siam University.
Thailand and China are friendly neighbors, the relations between the two countries are stable, the political mutual trust is strengthened, and the trade cooperation is increasing. In 2011, China and Thailand signed cooperation projects in four major areas, one of which is new energy cooperation. In 2013, China proposed the “Belt and Road initiative” and the “go global” strategy.
With the encouragement and support of Chinese government, more and more Chinese companies are invest overseas. With the development of the economy, the energy demand of Thailand is expanding, especially for the power energy. In 2016, Thailand proposed the “Industry 4.0” strategy, including “Energy 4.0”, and launched a series of preferential policies to attract foreign investment. In addition, Thailand is located in the tropics, with developed agriculture and abundant natural resources, which has brought enormous potential for Thailand to develop new energy.
This paper uses literature analysis and qualitative analysis to analyze the Chinese investment opportunities in new energy industry of Thailand. First, through the analysis of relevant research literatures, there are few papers to study the new energy of Thailand. By analyzing the status of new energy industry of Thailand, it is found that Thailand’s demand for energy is very large. By analyzing the status of new energy cooperation between China and Thailand, a small number of companies have cooperated in solar energy, wind energy, biomass energy, and waste incineration. Finally, by analyzing the Chinese investment opportunities in the new energy industry of Thailand, it is found that: 1. Both the Chinese and Thai governments attach great importance to the development of new energy sources, each with policies to support the development of energy companies; 2. Thailand has abundant natural resources and has great potential for developing new energy. 3. China and Thailand engage in new energy cooperation to achieve complementary industries; 4.Thailand’s on-grid tariff policy is beneficial to SME investment, in addition, Thailand began to develop new energy vehicle industry; 5. Compared with other countries, the prices of Chinese product are relatively cheaper.
In short, China and Thailand have broad prospects for cooperation in the new energy industry.
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An analysis of Chinese investment opportunities in renewable energy power industry in Thailand
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