The Thai Mozambique Trade Association is a voluntary organization designed to develop and diversify trade, as well as to establish economic cooperation in areas of common interest to the parties’ mutual advantage.
Our goal is to promote cooperation between undertakings of the two parties by facilitating investment on either side and encouraging better mutual understanding. We seek to ensure increased business cooperation in areas of common interest, including the development of quality agricultural products, gem-cutting and jewelry, fishery, energy, tourism and industrial cooperation. The Thai-Mozambique Trade Association also aims to promote future partnerships between Mozambican and Thai business people as well as the development of programs that will support investment and trade promotion activities. These include investments and partnerships programs that will help both countries to attain wider business objectives as well as to facilitate the management of the process of trade integration.
The trade relationship between Thailand and Mozambique is an effective tool used to strengthen and accelerate business growth as well as promote a sustainable and inclusive model of globalization.
It helps ensure greater and sustainable business efficiency
It helps to reduce business costs among partners
Helps to remove trade barriers
Thailand is a country in Southeast Asia and one of the friendliest countries in the world. It was formerly known as Siam until it changed to Thailand in June 1939. The country reverted to the name Siam between 1946 to 1948, after which it returned to its current name. Thailand has a population of around 70 million people, with a nominal GDP of approximately $490 billion. The country is known for its rich history, great rice farms, excellent eateries, martial arts, beaches, and many temples, among others.
Mozambique is a southern African country which became independent in 1975. Southeast African country is bordered by Tanzania to the north, Malawi, and Zambia to the northwest, Zimbabwe to the west, the Indian Ocean to the east, and Swaziland and South Africa to the southwest. Mozambique is famous for its prosperous coastal economy, quality seafood, and spicy dishes.