The Ministry of Industry is working out a roadmap for investment in the development of bio-economy in Thailand.
The bio-economy industry is one of the Government’s target industries and is part of the five future industries in the New S-Curve, under the Thailand 4.0 policy. Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak on 23 January 2017 presided over a ceremony for the launching of cooperation in building bio-economy through the public-private-people partnership, or Pracharat.
The bio-economy plan has five sectors — bio-energy, bio-chemicals, food, animal feed, and bio-pharmaceuticals.
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