On 31st January 2022, Denmark and Thailand signed a new MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) on Dairy cooperation to take on the challenges of today’s food production. Read more here Source: ScandAsia.
The National Danish Performance Team put their message out loud and clear during their visit to Thailand this January 2022. “We move the world!” Read more here Source: ScandAsia.
The Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has agreed to resume registration for the currently suspended quarantine-free entry program, known as “Test and Go”, from February 1st. It will also allow eateries in “sandbox” provinces and COVID-19 “high surveillance” provinces to serve alcohol up to 11pm, instead of 9 pm,
Key Findings After being severely hit by a surge of COVID-19 cases in the third quarter 2021, economic activity has subsequently rebounded. Economic activity is expected to return to its pre-pandemic levels end-2022, with progress on vaccinations and a resumption of tourist arrivals providing support for the recovery. The adoption
In November 2021, inflation was 2.7 percent, up from 2.4 percent in October. The rate of inflation in November was the highest since April. As a result, the trend shifted slightly upwards in November, with annual average inflation coming in at 1.0 percent (October: 0.8 percent ). Finally, core inflation
The Danish Embassy in Vietnam and Indonesia, as well as the Norwegian Embassy in Bangkok, have been giving critical and relevant information about the covid-19 situation in the countries in recent updates. Read more about it here Source: ScandAsia
Pork producers in Thailand are requesting the government to import pork in order to assist manage rising prices, which are affecting both consumers and vendors. Pork vendors at Huai Khwang market expressed concern that if the government does not intervene, the average price of market pork could reach 300 baht