JAPAN: Food producers run out of raw materials, look to opportunities in Thailand
Japanese food producers enable to source sufficient raw materials at home have indicated interest in co-investment production projects with Thai counterparts, according to a report in Thai publication Business Day this week. Adisai Bhodaramik, Thai Commerce Minister, is quoted in the report as saying: "The fact that Japanese investors are interested in investing in food processing plants in Thailand is a good sign for the country, which is in need of foreign investment."
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