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Smart Visa to Cover More Target Industries for Foreigners with High Potential


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By Online Reporter 


The Cabinet has approved extending the “smart visa” scheme issued for foreigners with high potential and skills and startup entrepreneurs.

 

The number of target industries will be expanded from 13 to 18. The 18 industries include 1) automotive industry, 2) electronics Industry, 3) affluent tourism industry, 4) agriculture, food, and biotechnology industry, 5) automation and robotics industry, 6) transportation and logistics industry, 7) petrochemical and chemical industry, 8 digital industry, 9) medical industry, 10) national defense industry, 11) industries that facilitate the Circular Economy directly and significantly e.g. fuel production from waste, water resources management, etc., 12) aviation and aerospace industry, 13) human resource development in science and technology, 14) environmental management and renewable energy, 15) technology innovation and startup ecosystem management, 16) targeted technology development, 17) international business center, and 18) alternative dispute resolution.

 

Full story: https://www.huahintoday.com/thailand-news/smart-visa-to-cover-more-target-industries-for-foreigners-with-high-potential/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=smart-visa-to-cover-more-target-industries-for-foreigners-with-high-potential

 

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9 hours ago, webfact said:

The Cabinet has approved extending the “smart visa” scheme issued for foreigners with high potential and skills and startup entrepreneurs.

Come bail us out please..

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