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สาส์นจากนายกสมาคม TRA PRESIDENT VIEW
        Indonesia Malaysia Thailand Growth Triangle
Indonesia and Malaysia are the major trading partners of Thailand in ASEAN region. In 2018, Malaysia is the most important trading partner, followed by Vietnam and Indonesia. Thai-Malaysia trade totaled US$ 24.88 billion, with Thai trade deficit accounting for US$ 1.55 billion whereas Thai-Indonesia trade totaled US$ 18.20 billion, with Thai trade surplus accounting for US$ 2.29 billion (Ministry of Commerce and Custom Department). Thai-Indonesia trade is expected to grow at a high pace, with Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development estimating Indonesian GDP at over 5% in 2019-2020. This would result in higher Indonesian demand of foreign goods, including those from Thailand.

In 1992, Malaysia proposed a development scheme for Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand called Indonesia Malaysia Thailand Growth Triangle (IMT-GT). A year later, leaders of the 3 countries agreed on the principle and drafted a proposal to establish such cooperation framework which covers adjacent parts of the 3 countries. In 2017, Thai cabinet endorsed a 20-year plan called IMT-GT Vision 2036 and a 5-year plan (2017-2021) which leads to integration, innovation, reduction of inequality and sustainable development by 2036. IMT-GT covers 7 areas of development, divided into 2 major sectors, i.e. priority sectors, including agriculture and agro-industry, Halal products & services; and supporting sectors, including transport, information technology/communication, trade & investment, environment, human resource, education and culture. In particular, agriculture and agro-industry are important sectors which generate income and contribute to the growth of the 3 countries. Among various crops, oil palm and rubber are the major crops of IMT-GT.

IMT-GT convenes a series of meetings. Recently, Northern Corridor Implementation Authority (NCIA) in association with Centre for IMTGT (CIMT) held Workshop on Developing Rubber Cities in the IMT-GT: Sharing The Countries' Experience in Planning and Development of Rubber Cities on 23 May 2019 at the Everly Hotel, Putrajaya, Malaysia. On this occasion, Mr. Supadetch Ongsakul, TRA Deputy Secretary General was invited to give a presentation on IMT-GT Business Collaboration in the Rubber Related Industries and Ms. Piyaporn Saelim to attend the meetings. 

Lately, the 12th Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle Summit was held at the Athenee Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Bangkok and attended by Indonesian President, Joko Widodo (Jokowi), Malaysian Prime Minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Thai Ministry of Transportation, Mr. Akom Thermpitttayapaisit, ASEAN Secretary-General, H.E. Dato Lim Jock Hoi  and President of Asian Development Bank, Mr. Takehiko Nakao. The followings are important matters of the summit: 1) assessment of the progress of IMT-GT projects on the basis on inequality reduction; 2) development of infrastructure connectivity to enhance competitive advantage of IMT-GT and to support China’s One Belt One Road; 3) improvement of value chain of important agricultural products, including rubber, oil palm, processed seafood and Halal products through research & development and innovation from upstream to downstream sector and to promote demand, value-added products and jobs; 4) sustainable development of Green Cities with fast pace; 5) enhancement of role of premiers and governors to cherish cooperation with IMT-GT University Network, IMT-GT Business Council and communities to push forward IMT-GT projects. 

From the above data, it could be concluded that IMT-GT plays an important role in enhancing trade & investment and competitive advantage of Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand. The Thai Rubber Association is of the view that IMT-GT will bring about strategic strength to Thailand as a whole.

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[   July  2019 ]
icon Indonesia Malaysia Thailand Growth Triangle
Indonesia and Malaysia are the major trading partners of Thailand in ASEAN region. In 2018, Malaysia is the most important trading partner, followed by Vietnam and Indonesia. Thai-Malaysia trade totaled US$ 24.88 billion, with Thai trade deficit accounting for US$ 1.55 billion whereas Thai-Indonesia trade totaled US$ 18.20 billion, with Thai trade surplus accounting for US$ 2.29 billion (Ministry of Commerce and Custom Department). Thai-Indonesia trade ...
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[   May  2019 ]
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[   March  2019 ]
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The current executive committee of the Thai Rubber Association has been in the operation since March 2018. The operation of the executive committee is based upon the following principles: 1) to operate on the principle of transparency and good governance; 2) to corporate with government agencies and private sector both at local and international level; 3) to cherish close relationship with other rubber producing countries, particularly in Asia; 4) to act as a central body between rubber pro...
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[   January  2019 ]
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[   December  2018 ]
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[   April  2018 ]
icon The role of Thailand in the International Rubber Association

The International Rubber Association (IRA) was inaugurated in Ottawa, Canada on 24 September 1971 through the corporation of rubber associations in both producing and consuming countries. Currently, IRA consists of 21 members from 13 countries. The Thai Rubber Association is one of the initial members and a member of the Management Commit...

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[   March  2018 ]
icon Retrospection and prospection

The current executive committee of the Thai Rubber Association has been in the operation since March 2016. The operation of the executive committee is based upon the following principles: 1) to operate on the principle of transparency and good governance; 2) to corporate with government ...

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[   January  2018 ]
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Thailand has had a long-term relationship with China in terms of trade, investment and tourism; especially Thai exports of natural rubber to China have continually expanded as China is the world’s biggest tire producer. In 2016, China produced 487.8...

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