The meetings, incentives, conferencing, exhibitions or MICE industry plays a key role in Thailand’s economic development, with international expositions alone have so far attracted some 260,000 visitors to the country this year, which is 13.2 percent higher than the previous year, generating some 20 billion baht value, showing a 5.93 percent growth.
To promote tourism and meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions, or MICE industry, tourism organizations are set to hold this year’s "PATA Destination Marketing Forum 2019", promoting Pattaya as a tourism development model with the aim of becoming the MICE Metropolis of the eastern region.
Pattaya City aims to develop its bayside location into a new economic hub, changing the direction of its management to support the Eastern Economic Corridor, along with tourism, and investment.
(VOV) - On December 22, the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry Can Tho Branch in collaboration with its Thai counterpart organized a workshop to address the impact of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) on trade between the two nations.
More and more Vietnamese businesses are visiting trade shows in Thailand to seek business opportunities, according to the Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB).
(VOV) - Two-way trade between Vietnam and Thailand rose 9.2% in 2013 to US$9.4 billion, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.