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What We Do

We foster, support and promote opportunities to increase and strengthen bilateral trade, investment and cultural ties between Western Australia and Thailand, through:
Fostering long-term mutually beneficial relationships between the business communities of Western Australia and Thailand.
Providing ATBCWA members and stakeholders with invaluable business and cultural support to engage effectively.
Working collaboratively with businesses, communities, government and the consular corps.

Engaging across all tiers of government advocating for political, economic and cultural cooperation between Western Australia and Thailand.

Fostering long-term mutually beneficial relationships between the business communities of Western Australia and Thailand.

Providing ATBCWA members and stakeholders with invaluable business and cultural support to engage effectively.

Working collaboratively with businesses, communities, government and the consular corps.

Engaging across all tiers of government advocating for political, economic and cultural cooperation between Western Australia and Thailand.

Our Vision

The ATBCWA is the peak body facilitating the development of a strong, collaborative and vibrant business community between Australia, Western Australia, and Thailand.

Key Opportunities in Thailand

Thailand stands at the heart of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) — one of the world’s fastest-growing economic regions.

Thailand’s strategic location also connects the rapidly growing economies of Southeast Asia to China, India, South Korea and Japan. A major investment in infrastructure is reducing logistics and transportation costs,
solidifying Thailand’s reputation as one of Asia’s leading investment destinations.

Western Australian businesses are well-positioned to help Thailand transform its traditional companies into smart companies, and its traditional services into high-value services.

The Western Australian Government supports opportunities for business to contribute to Thailand’s
industry 4.0 policy in sectors such as advanced manufacturing (innovation and automation), digital economy (e-commerce, enterprise solutions), smart cities (building technology, intelligent transport), primary industries (food and beverages), mining and mining engineering, and education (vocational and
higher education).

Further examples of how Western Australia and Thailand can benefit from each other’s economic development can be found in Western Australia’s Economic Development Framework: Diversify WA. It
provides a blueprint for collaboration between government, industry and the community to unlock the
state’s economic potential.

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