TAT’s Amazing Thailand Gala Dinner in Paris highlights gastronomy and sustainability tourism

Since Thailand eased travel restrictions and reopened for tourism, from July 2021 to March 2022, travellers from Europe made 522,680 trips to Thailand. The number included 53,727 trips by French travellers, making it the fifth largest market during the period, after Germany, Russia, the UK, and USA.

ASEAN, France formalise Development Partnership

JAKARTA, 4 MARCH 2021 – ASEAN and France convened the inaugural ASEAN-France Development…

Why American investors have fallen for Paris

Over the last 10 years, Americans accounted for two thirds of investments in Paris with its business district La Défense serving as the preferred home for their money.

Alstom inks €225mln power plant contract in Thailand

This contract further strengthens the Group’s position as a key player in power generation infrastructure in Thailand, having built over 7 GW of the installed capacity of the country

French Prime Minister to visit Thailand in February

French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault is scheduled to visit Thailand early next month following the invitation of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.

Thailand among Most Popular Web pages in France

The Thailand page on the French travel website www.routard.com has crossed the seven million viewers mark, making it the top-ranked page amongst all the featured destinations, according to the website publisher Mr Philippe Damiani.

France Deals With Crisis: Making globalization a win-win strategy

This YaleGlobal series offers ideas on how nations can optimize globalization’s benefits. In the first article, economist Pierre-Noel Giraud explains how the lack of regulations in international markets can lead to inefficiencies and uneven distribution of jobs. He argues that national policies address two categories of traded goods and services: the nomadic, which can cross borders, and the sedentary, which remain locked within domestic borders.

French reinsurer CCR Withdraws from Thailand, New Zealand and Australia

Caisse Centrale de Reassurance, a public French reinsurer, said it has stopped writing new businesses in Thailand, New Zealand and Australia to refocus its resources in key areas after a strategic review of its global reinsurance business.