Thai prime minister graces TIME cover, signaling business revival

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In an assertive move to announce Thailand’s readiness for business, TIME magazine featured Thai Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Srettha Thavisin, on its March cover The issue hit the newsstands yesterday, capturing the attention of the international community.

In a poignant declaration to the world, the 62 year old former real estate tycoon, graced TIME’s cover under the title The Salesman, highlighting his open stance towards business in Thailand. The cover story, an interview conducted by Charlie Campbell at the Government House, reveals the prime minister’s ambitious campaign to lure investors back to Thailand.

“Thailand is open for business once again,” the Bangkok-born Srettha asserted, signalling a significant shift in the country’s outreach efforts.

Since assuming office in September, he has embarked on over ten international trips, actively courting global investors and showcasing Thailand as a prime destination for business and investment opportunities.

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TIME’s website accompanies the cover image with PM Srettha’s interview, offering an in-depth perspective on the prime minister’s vision for Thailand’s economic resurgence. The Thai leader, known for his dynamic approach, has been at the forefront of promoting the nation’s potential, emphasising the importance of international economic relations in the post-pandemic era, reported KhaoSod.

The interview provides valuable insights into the Thai prime minister’s strategy for revitalising Thailand’s economy, focusing on key sectors that have traditionally driven growth and exploring new avenues to attract foreign direct investment. The prime minister’s message is clear: Thailand is not only bouncing back from recent global challenges but is also evolving to become more competitive and welcoming to businesses worldwide.

In related news, PM Srettha made waves in Paris as he orchestrated a series of high-stakes meetings with France’s business elite.

From fashion to automotive technology, the Thai PM’s mission was clear: to solidify Thailand’s status as a regional powerhouse for trade and innovation.

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