China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Thailand 4.0
The world is very excited and tremendously aware of the ambitious project with innovative perspective on the creation of Belt and Road Initiative of China as proposed by Chinese President Xi Jinping in 2013.
This ambitious project is established to connect the whole world again by and through the old silk road, which on land by high speed trains around half of globe for more than 65 countries from Asia, Middle East, Africa, and Europe, where now goods can be loaded on a high speed train from China, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Russia, Poland, German and then to London, and also by maritime through sea ports.
The world has remarkably realized successful developments from traditional to industrial and high technology industries of China and improvements of Chinese people lives for the past 30 years from the opening up of the economy to the current new normal policy.
It is believed that global brands and multinational technology companies such as Huawei Technologies, Tencent, Alibaba, will rapidly grow more and more. This project is an inclusive platform to implement the ‘China Dream’ as the new super power nation which certainly comes true in long term with sustainable developments, whereby Thailand being one of the countries along the Belt and Road.
Thailand’s Government just approved one route of the high speed train to connect with the constructing line from South of China, Kunming, to Vientiane of Laos.
Likewise, the Thai Dream Project is also created to avoid middle income trap and to upgrade the country to be Thailand 4.0 by developing the first Special Economic Zone called Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) in the eastern part of Thailand, whereas the Eastern Seaboard had been successfully implemented for businesses industrial developments for the past 30 years. The challenging EEC will be a strategic gateway to Asia by having U Ta-Pow International Airport as Aviation Hub and the high speed train from Bangkok to Rayong Digital Park and IT Institute.
In EEC, The focus will be on Robotics, Aviation, Biofuels, Bio-chemicals and Digital and the development of the S curve businesses of the next-generation, e.g. automotive, smart electronics, medical health and wellness, agriculture and biotechnology, petrochemical and eco-friendly products and food for the future.
The Thailand’s EEC will be very much similar more or less to Jongguanchun, the High Tech Special Economic Zone in Haitian, northern Beijing which was successfully established 20 years ago.
Chinese Government has pushed more and more serious attempts to protect intellectual properties for the past several years which can be seen through establishment of the three IP courts at the same time in Beijing, Shanghai and Goungdong provinces.
Thailand is also having a national reform policy to support Thailand 4.0 to encourage businesses more digitized and innovated alongside with the fourth industrial revolution. Then, intellectual properties are the essential perspective and commitment of China and Thailand to join hands in hands and prepare the competitiveness of Thai and Chinese businesses to the global community.
There are huge opportunities between China and Thailand businesses and entrepreneurs for the new phase of trade and investment. Both China and Thailand should mutually force ‘Made in China 2025’ and ‘Thailand 4.0’ to come true. STLO Group committed to Chinese market for more than the past 10 years. We will attend and join the 2017 Trademark Festival in Guilin, China during 1st – 4th September 2016. Please feel free to visit our Booth No. AE-125, between 9:00 a.m. – 17:00 p.m.
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STLO Group committed to Chinese market for more than the past 10 years. We will attend and join the 2017 Trademark Festival in Guilin, China during 1st – 4th September 2016. Please feel free to visit our Booth No. AE-125, between 9:00 a.m. - 17:00 p.m.