Photo Release: EXIM Thailand Joins The Colours of Africa 2019 Highlighting Opportunities in Thai-African Trade and Investment

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Monday September 9, 2019 14:01
Bangkok--9 Sep--EXIM BANK

Mr. Sittikorn Direksoontorn (right), Senior Executive Vice President of Export-Import Bank of Thailand (EXIM Thailand), recently welcomed Mr. Vijavat Isarabhakdi (center), Vice Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA), who presided over "The Colours of Africa 2019" co-organized by MFA, seven African Embassies in Bangkok and other government and private agencies at Central World. EXIM Thailand joined the event to provide advisory services on its financial products to entrepreneurs interested in expanding export business to Africa, a large new frontier market with strong potential.


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