Tourism, Visa Info, Hi-Tech, Diplomatic Relations, Lepetitjournal.com reviewed the French-speaking press around the world to select 7 articles published last week on Thailand.
Coronavirus: the crisis forces Thailand to rethink its tourism
In Thailand, usually very popular with travelers, the coronavirus pandemic has emptied the country of its tourists, and the tourism sector does not yet know if it will recover from this unprecedented crisis. But this complicated period has nevertheless allowed the development of domestic tourism, while some are calling for a break with mass tourism.
Thailand presents 14 point plan to boost trade in 2021
The Thai government on Thursday, January 7, informed of a 14-point plan to promote trade in 2021, highlighting its efforts to seek more free trade agreements (FTAs).
Revima obtains Part-145 certification for its new workshop in Thailand
The health crisis will have delayed its commissioning a little, but the new Revima landing gear maintenance site in Thailand now has everything it takes to start its activities.
Ericsson to power DTAC’s 5G network in Thailand
Ericsson says its 5G RAN products and solutions will power Thai operator Dtac’s 5G services in the Bangkok metropolitan area, the central plains as well as the eastern economic and industrial region of Thailand.
Covid-19 – Thailand: visa waiver of 45 days and fourteen on arrival
The French, as well as citizens of 55 other countries including Switzerland, Belgium and Canada, can now stay in Thailand without a visa for up to 45 days instead of 30, in order to compensate for the mandatory 14-day quarantine period.
Video. Moroccan Sahara: Thailand supports UN political process
The Kingdom of Thailand, through its ambassador in Rabat, expressed its “support for the political process led by the UN” to reach a solution to the regional conflict in the Sahara.
“Thai Select” labels: 9 distinguished restaurants
The Thai Embassy in Rabat has just organized, on Monday January 4, in collaboration with the Diplomatic Foundation, the ceremony for the awarding of the “Thai Select” labels to the nine Thai restaurants authentically established in Morocco.