Digital & innovation
Thailand is witnessing an infrastructure boom. Transport infrastructure development, in particular, is a key priority of the Thai government to boost its country’s competitiveness, with projects to enhance its regional connectivity and position as a logistics hub.In 2017, the Thai government announced a 5-year public-private partnership (PPP) strategic plan worth 1.62 trillion baht (S$66.2 billion) which includes an upgrade to its maritime, air and road transportation infrastructure. To cite a few, some of these national infrastructure projects are the expansion of Laem Chabang Deep Seaport and Map Ta Phut Industrial Seaport, the development of U-Tapao Airport and setting up the high-speed railways.
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As Thailand’s capital, Bangkok is also Thailand’s financial hub, and the world’s retail innovation, entertainment, and lifestyle hub. It houses approximately 9.27 million people – making it the most populated city in the country. It is also home to the country’s financial hub and over one-third of Thai banks, as well as over 1,000 tech startups in e-commerce, fintech, and property tech.
A special economic zone of three provinces in eastern Thailand, this hub for advanced manufacturing and services has strong connectivity to its ASEAN neighbours by land and sea. Enjoy special tax reductions and preferential rates as an investor.