Aug 8, 2013

Mutual visa-free between China and Thailand in September

According to “Thai World Journal”, negotiations have been undertaken between Thailand and China to introduce mutual visa-free policy in September this year.

The report pointed out that Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra highly welcomed this mutual visa-free policy between Thailand and China, hoping to attract five million Chinese tourists every year. She also indicated that related departments in Thailand should further intensify the activities of sister cities with Chinese counterparts to promote trading and investing.

Representatives of Thai-Chinese Culture and Economy Association had met with Yingluck recently, reporting current progress in promoting and developing cultural and economic cooperation with China. They said that related departments from two countries have already exchanged views on introducing mutual visa-free policy and further details were currently under discussion. This initiative was affirmed and approved by the Prime Minister, who spoke highly of this policy in creating enormous opportunities for both countries.

Once the mutual visa-free policy is implemented, there will be more Chinese tourists visiting Thailand. According to statistics, there are approximately 2 million Chinese travelling to Thailand each year at present, the number of which will increase by 3 to 4 million with the help of the new policy.

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