The annual FTA Fair is being organized by the Department of Trade Negotiations (DTN) to promote awareness and education about free trade agreements (FTAs) and trade rules.
Sinit Lertkrai, deputy minister of commerce, said the event will help find new business partners, raise awareness of agricultural products, and attract new customers.
40 exhibitors from community enterprises, competent farmers, and businesses around Thailand will be present at this year’s event, showcasing anything from BCG goods and future food items to textiles and jewelry.
The event’s fringe activities include a conference on free trade potential, a clinic on FTA and RCEP negotiations, seminars, and even mini-concerts.
Through the FTA Fair, businesses and farmers will be able to promote their wares to a worldwide audience, both online and in person, while simultaneously capitalizing on the benefits of the FTA and RCEP.
The Asia-Pacific countries have just concluded a free trade pact called the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP).
The Paradise Park Shopping Center in Bangkok’s Prawet neighborhood is hosting the event through December 6.