In June, the 16th World Chinese Entrepreneurs Convention (WCEC) will be held in Bangkok, with approximately 4,000 Chinese business executives scheduled to participate.
The Thai-Chinese Chamber of Commerce is organizing the event, which will take place from June 24 to 26 at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre. Thailand, Singapore, and Hong Kong, among the founding members of the WCEC, host the summit every two years. However, because to the Covid-19 epidemic, this year’s gathering, which was initially slated to take place in Malaysia in 2021, had to be canceled.
The event, according to Narongsak Putthapornmongkol, President of the Thai-Chinese Chamber of Commerce, is intended to aid hasten the country’s recovery from the epidemic and promote Thailand among Chinese firms globally.
He also mentioned that a reception would be held on June 24 to greet attendees, with famous Thai delicacies provided. The gathering will also include Dhanin Chearavanont, Senior Chairman of the Charoen Pokphand (CP) Group.
Visitors will include Chinese nationals as well as members of civic and governmental organizations from throughout the world, according to Thai-Chinese Chamber of Commerce Advisor Lin Wei.