Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

16 October 2012 1 www.nesdb.go.th Regional Connectivity & Thailand’s Investment Plans Tuesday 13 th November 2012, 10.30 AM At St. Regis Bangkok Dr. Porametee.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "16 October 2012 1 www.nesdb.go.th Regional Connectivity & Thailand’s Investment Plans Tuesday 13 th November 2012, 10.30 AM At St. Regis Bangkok Dr. Porametee."— Presentation transcript:

1 16 October Regional Connectivity & Thailand’s Investment Plans Tuesday 13 th November 2012, AM At St. Regis Bangkok Dr. Porametee Vimolsiri Deputy Secretary-General National Economic and Social Development Board (NESDB)

2 16 October Agenda 1 1 Regional Connectivity and Sub-regional Cooperation 2 2 Thailand’s Investment Plans

3 16 October Major Projects :  ASEAN & National Single Window  ASEAN Highway  SKRL  Road and Railway linking Dawei  Information superhighways  ASEAN Power Grid Institutional People to People Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity Regional Connectivity and Sub-Regions Physical  Connect economically and socially to mutually benefit from regional cooperation  Ensure trust with neighbors  Narrow development gap  Provide development support in form of equitable development partnerships.

4 16 October  Geographically, Thailand is in the center of ASEAN, its location is close to most ASEAN member countries.  In recent years, ASEAN economic importance for Thailand in terms of trade, investment and tourism, has been increasing.  Trade Liberalization among the member countries of ASEAN, makes ASEAN No.1 export market for Thailand since 2002, and Thailand’s second largest import market since 1997 (only second to Japan). Thailand has had a trade surplus with ASEAN since  Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) from ASEAN is accounted for 20 percent of total FDI  Number of ASEAN tourists traveling to Thailand is accounted for 30 percent of total foreign tourists (Malaysian tourist is the highest). Shared resources/ trade partnership leads to cost reduction. ASEAN Community: Prospective Advantages from Economic Partnership  Expanded/increased opportunities for trade, investment, tourism and employment  The competitive edge of the entrepreneur is enhance  Improved confidence and image from the integration.  Increased trade facilitation among member countries

5 16 October Economic Corridor and Special Economic Zone Development Yangon/Thilawa SEZ Kunming Udon Thani Kota Berdana Kota Putra Malaysia Lao PDRVietnam PR China Huaysai Mekong River Nanning Mae Sai Tachilek Cambodia Mekong River Sadao W W E E Dongha (tourism) Hue (World Heritage) Danang (Deep Seaport ) Mawlamyine Savanh-Seno SEZ Tak Lao Bao SEZ Dansavanh KhonKaen Nakornsawan Phnom Penh Ho Chi Minh City Vungtau (Deep Seaport) Aranya prathet Poipet Trat Koh Kong Dawei SEZ (Deep Seaport) Bangkok Kanchanaburi Thailand Chiang Saen Nong Khai Chiang Khong ChiangRai Mukdahan ICD Ladkrabang Myanmar ESB (Deep Seaport) Southern Economic Corridor Vientiane Open to Western Markets

6 16 October  Thai – Laos – China High-speed Train  Train connecting sub-region Singapore - Kunming Border Economy Development Deep Sea Port and Dawei Industrial Estate Development Trilateral Exchange in Traffic Right between Thailand – Laos PDR – China and 4 th Mekong River Crossover Bridge ASEAN Political- Security Communi ty Economic Communi ty Socio- Cultural Communi ty Hat Yai – Sadao Motorway Regional Connectivity Situation Key Infrastructure Development connecting to neighboring countries

7 16 October The linkage will be an effective link within the region corresponding to "ASEAN Connectivity" Power up investment opportunities along GMS Southern Economic Corridor Build up a strong connection between ASEAN countries. New “Logistics Short Cut” of the Region Distance to India from Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia through Dawei port could be shorten to 3,500, 2,500 and 3,000 km. reduce from distance through the Strait of Malacca: 4,200, 4,500 and 4,200 km. “Distribution Center & Production Base” “Effective Link for ASEAN Connectivity” The linkage will profit traders both from Myanmar and Thailand; Because of the link to ASEAN highway system, Dawei could emerge as a trading hub linking Southeast Asia with the Indian Ocean, the Middle East, Europe and Africa, spurring growth in ASEAN region. The linkage will attract rising FDI flow into the region and create the most complementary production bases in the region. Thailand’s Opportunities for Industrial Production Base Expansion Source: Italian-Thai Development LtD and Siam Commercial Bank 132 km 300 km Dawei Source: * DHL Interview in The Nation March 5, 2012, **UNESCAP report

8 16 October Myanmar-Thailand Joint Mechanism RailwayPort Power Plant Water Works & Waste Water System Telecom Industrial Estate quality of life & community relocation Road Priority Projects

9 16 October Agenda 1 1 Regional Connectivity and Sub-regional Cooperation 2 2 Thailand’s Investment Plans

10 16 October Vision: Building Economic Partnership within the Region Strategic Location Trade & Investment Openness Trade & Investment Openness Competitive Economy Enhanced Connectivity & Efficient Logistics Goal: 1.Strengthening role of Thailand in regional trade and investment 2. Increasing cross border trade and investment from Thailand to neighboring countries up to 15% (Trade) and 10% (Investment) per year 3. Creating supply chain linkages with the region 4. Decreasing domestic and international transaction cost and improve its standard Strategy: 1.To promote Transport and Logistics linkages at subregional level 2.To create Investment and production bases 3.To prepare for ASEAN Community 4.To build economic partnership within the region in HRD and labor movement 5.To Jointly cooperate on preventing of drugs protection, communicable diseases control, terrorism and natural disasters. 6.To promote environmental friendly cooperation activities (GMS, IMT-GT, ACMECS, BIMSTEC) (GMS, IMT-GT, ACMECS, BIMSTEC) (ASEAN) Asia Pacific ASEAN+3 ASEAN+6 APEC Asia Pacific ASEAN+3 ASEAN+6 APEC 1 23 Thailand’s Regional Perspective

11 16 October Economic Restructuring Physical-Connectivity Development in Thailand Balancing economic structure for quality and sustainable growth Regional Connectivity Cooperating with countries in the region for economic and social security Infrastructure and logistics system development Modernization of information technology and Communications Economic legal and regulatory reforms Development of water supply provision capacity Energy securitization Develop the network of transportation and logistics systems under different regional frameworks Create standards of service and facilities at the borders Integrate area-based development plan with neighboring countries

12 16 October Shift the Rank of Thailand’s economic competitiveness to 16th in the IMD ranking Rank among the world’s top ten countries for the ease of doing business Infrastructure Development Target Interconnect regional supply chains that can facilitate economic development over a period of time Increase in Thailand’s cross- border trade and direct investment with neighboring countries to reach 15 percent and 10 percent per annual respectively Reduce logistics costs to be lower than 15% of GDP Increase the proportion of the Rail transport to 5% Increase the proportion of the renewable and the alternative energy consumption to the final energy consumption to be at least 19% Reduce energy import by at least 3%

13 16 October Financing for Reconstruction and Future Development Plan More private participation & involvement Total Billion USD Development’s Financing Source Infrastructure Sector Development’s Financing To upgrade administration of government projects and to stimulate the use of a more innovative private sector’s technology.

14 16 October Infrastructure Development Telecom Border Town Development Transport Land Transport Network Development Connecting Main Economic Zones & Cities in the Region and GMS Energy Efficiency + Shift Mode + Tackle Impact from Flood  Motorway and highway  Linking with EWEC, NSEC, SEC for economic expansion and AEC  Railways Development Master Plan (176,808 mil. baht)  Intermodal facility and NSW  High speed Train linking GMS (742,000 mil. baht)  Develop Mass Transit Networks within the capital perimeter

15 16 October Infrastructure Development : Road and Bridge Projects Western side of EWEC in Myanmar  Rehabilitation of 18 km. Road (Myawaddy-Kawkareik)  New construction of 28 km. road (Myawaddy-Kawkariek/mountainous area section)  Rehabilitation of 1 st Mae Sai bridge Route No. 11 in Lao PDR 82 km.  Under construction, will be completed in 2014 The 4 th Mekong bridge (T-L-PRC)  Under Construction, will be completed in 2013  Poo Doo – Pak Lai route (L)  Ban Hwouk – Muang Kob (L)  Road link new border crossing points at Aranyaprathet (C) Parts of Economic Corridors in Thailand  Expansion of 2-lane to 4 lane highways  Maintenance.  Infrastructure linking Dawei (M) - Motorway Bang Yai-Kanchanaburi 97 km. : Details design complete. Searching for fund. - Kanchanaburi-Border 70 km. Preparing for F/S and Detail Design. Future

16 16 October Infrastructure Development : Railway Projects RouteFromTo Distance (KM) Amount (Mill. USD) NorthBang SueChiang MAi7457,300 North-EastBang SueNong Kai615 3,100 EastMakkasanRayong3302,300 SouthBang SueHuahin2252,600 Proposed GMS Railways Routes  Nong Khai – Thanalang (Rail) - Completed Construction 6 km.  Aranyaprathet – Poipet (Rail) – Missing link 6 km. in Thailand, in process for budget allocation. MOU on High Speed Rail SKRL Development Cost of Construction – R1 (1.09) R2 (5.32) R3 (2.29) R4 (6.28) $billion

17 16 October Infrastructure Development: Airport and Port Projects Telecom Border Town Development Transport Energy Air Transport : “Suvarnabhumi Airport to become a key airport of the region.”  Improve capacity and quality services to handle a volume traffic of 65 million people/year.  Utilize information and communication technology to enhance to international standard. Maritime Transport : “Laem Chabang port to be one of major ports in ASEAN.”  Modernize management of Laem Chabang Port  Information technology system to be upgraded to “E-Port” with connection with other international ports

18 16 October Telecom Border Town Development Transport Energy Infrastructure Development : Energy  Renewable Energy Technology shall be developed.  A search for new energy sources both domestic and aboard. Cooperation with potential neighboring countries Energy Security for Thailand Link with Dawei

19 16 October Energy Border Town Development Transport Telecom  Telecommunications Infrastructure Development  ICT System Infrastructure Development : Telecommunications High speed internet and broadband network National Single Window ICT supporting trade logistics

20 16 October Urban Infrastructure Special Border Economic Zone Urban UtilitiesSBEZFacilities & CCA Infrastructure Development EnergyTransport Border Town Development Telecom Cross Border Facilities Chaing Khong Mae Sai Mae Sot Kanchanaburi Nakhon Phanom Mukdahan Aranyaprathet Potential Border Town

21 16 October Thank You for Your Kind Attention

22 16 October Back up

23 16 October Summary of 6 Development Strategies Creation of quality Human capital and Society 11 th Plan Economic Restructuring Management of Natural Resources Good Governance and implementation of 11 th Plan Creation of Justice in Society (Strategy 1) Creation of Learning Society (Strategy 2) Strengthening of Agriculture sector and food & energy security (Strategy 3) Restructuring of the economy towards quality growth and sustainability (Strategy 4) Regional Connectivity (Strategy 5) Preparation for effects of Climate Change and Transfer to low- carbon & environmentally friendly society (Strategy 6) 11 TH N ATIONAL E CONOMIC AND S OCIAL D EVELOPMENT P LAN

24 16 October Economic Restructuring to Regional Connectivity Creation of Regional Connectivity Subregion 1.Connectivity/Logistics development 2.Supply chain development along economic corridors ASEAN Asia-Pacific Preparation for ASEAN Community, esp. human capital To constructively participate in cooperation frameworks Strengthening of Agriculture sector and food & energy security Restructuring of Trade and Investment Sectors Investment to develop STI, Infrastructure, and Energy security To create linkages in investment, production and value chains in markets with potential To expand investment abroad To promote SMEs to have quality growth To develop national resources as strong production base for agricultural sector To increase production efficiency and to generate additional value for production chain To generate food and energy security and to develop renewable energy To create enabling environment for economic restructuring To develop infrastructure and logistics system To secure power supply adequately Economic Restructuring

25 16 October st MOU signed in 2008 Framework Agreement signed in 2010 Sign 2 nd MOU signed in July 2012 Scope of Cooperation is in process. Joint Committee and Master plan on Dawei Development will soon be developed. Cooperation Total Area :204 sq km Location :Taninthayi District Distance :132 kmfromThai-Myanmar border 202 kmfromKanchanaburi 342 KmfromBangkok 472 kmfromESB Investment : approximately 9,000 mil. USD (exclude resettlement cost) Concession :60 years + possible extension Land Lease :Up to 75 years Full Capacity of Dawei Port (in 2037 est. ) 200 mil. Ton per year or 14 mil. TEU compared to capacity of LCB port stage II which is 7.7 mil.TEU per year (not include container ports D1, D2, D3) 100,000 DWT compared to 80,000 of LCB port meter-depth compared to meter-depth of LCB port Total Area :204 sq km Location :Taninthayi District Distance :132 kmfromThai-Myanmar border 202 kmfromKanchanaburi 342 KmfromBangkok 472 kmfromESB Investment : approximately 9,000 mil. USD (exclude resettlement cost) Concession :60 years + possible extension Land Lease :Up to 75 years Full Capacity of Dawei Port (in 2037 est. ) 200 mil. Ton per year or 14 mil. TEU compared to capacity of LCB port stage II which is 7.7 mil.TEU per year (not include container ports D1, D2, D3) 100,000 DWT compared to 80,000 of LCB port meter-depth compared to meter-depth of LCB port Overview of the Project

26 16 October Corridor Development between Dawei Project and Laem Chabang Seaport Basic Infrastructures Development in Myanmar e.g. Road and Port Border Development, Trade and Transport Facilitation Domestic Development: Enhance Current Logistics Infrastructure and Economic area 1 23

27 16 October Cross Border Movement Sharing of Benefit & Cost Negative Effects Financing Private Sector manageme nt and facilitation of cross border trade and investment Urban Vs rural areas Advance Vs less- develop countries Financing of infrastructur e investment and maintenance Managing of the negative effects of infrastructur e Public- private risk sharing Some of Key Measures to Overcome the Challenges Challenges of Infrastructure Development linking Asia and GMS Transform Transport Corridor to Economic Corridor Development Cross Border Transport Agreement ASEAN Infrastructure Fund Public and Private Partnership (PPP)


Download ppt "16 October 2012 1 www.nesdb.go.th Regional Connectivity & Thailand’s Investment Plans Tuesday 13 th November 2012, 10.30 AM At St. Regis Bangkok Dr. Porametee."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google