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泰国的“一带一路”是什么,原来和我们息息相关!

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泰国政府认为,EEC可以很好地与中国的“一带一路”计划对接。   如果在泰国购房,那最近听到的最高频率的词莫过于是“EEC东部经济走廊”这条走廊到底意味着什么?会为泰国带来什么?又和去泰国投资房产的投资者有什么利害关系? 一带一路的姊妹走廊   如果说中国靠一带一路来促进沿线地区的经济发展,那泰国的一带一路就是“EEC东部经济走廊”。泰国政府努力抓住“一带一路”这一契机,推出“东部经济走廊”(EEC)计划。作为相互帮助的姐妹走廊,泰国正在寻求中国投资,以协助该国东部沿海地区这项为期5年价值1.7万亿泰铢(约合3420亿元人民币)的EEC发展计划,由此提振泰国经济。 泰国政府认为,EEC可以很好地与中国的“一带一路”计划对接。泰国将迎来经济的再次腾飞! EEC东部经济走廊是一个关键项目,将是泰国未来几年经济发展的最大推动力。   EEC沿线地区投资潜力飙升   最引人注目的是中泰铁路的曼谷-罗勇段,泰国政府投入了72亿美元于此项目,建成后将直连三大机场、主要旅游地和人口密集区,带来的经济收益是不可估量的,当地的房产市场也会在经济的强力带动下更加蓬勃。   根据万事达卡2018年全球目的地城市指数报告,这些基础设施的建设,将进一步刺激旅游产业和物流产业,带来更多的游客和常住人口,强力推动地区房价和租金的上涨。    泰国吸收各国投资   截至目前,泰国批准的中国投资额约为140亿泰铢(约合28亿元人民币),同比增长1500%。阿里巴巴集团是迄今为止最引人注目的投资者之一,阿里承诺斥资110亿泰铢(约合22亿元人民币)在这里打造一个地区物流中心。   该物流中心将通过其交通网络为附近的柬埔寨、老挝、缅甸和越南等国提供物流服务,利用高新技术处理物流数据,提高中泰两国间的物流效率。该中心预计于2019年正式运营。   泰国政府也在吸引来自其他国家的投资,其中包括泰国传统上的最大工业投资国日本、欧洲与美国。空中客车公司上月与泰国国际航空公司签署了一份合资协议,拟在“东部经济走廊”打造一个飞机维护、检修基地。“30多年来,日本与欧洲一直是主要参与者,”泰国“东部经济走廊”项目秘书长卡尼·升素潘说:“但中国投资者也可以在未来EEC发展中发挥更大的作用。”   泰国经济历经多种发展模式,从侧重农业发展的“泰国1.0”经济模式过渡到侧重轻工业发展的“泰国2.0”模式,发展到当前注重重工业发展的“泰国3.0”模式.现在所倡导的“泰国4.0”经济发展模式目的是彻底改变泰国现在的产业结构,将泰国打造成东盟地区领先的数字商业中心,实现基于价值创造的经济模式的转变,强调发展技术和创新型企业。  https://bit.ly/2Lc28F0 read more
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Trans-Asean' bullet train plan to link Thailand Bangkok to Beijing

Trans-Asean' bullet train plan to link Thailand Bangkok to Beijing

Bangkokians may find it hard to imagine that their next trip to Beijing could begin in Bang Sue. The district, which has garnered less fame than its neighbour, Chatuchak, the city's hub for travel to the North, is set to become part of the 'Trans-Asean Line' -- the government's ambitious plan to build a rail network linking Thailand to other countries as far away as Singapore and China. 'Thais will be able to take high-speed trains to the Chinese capital and Singapore from a railway station in Bang Sue in the future' High-speed railways in the pipeline. Under the state's plan to make Thailand the logistics hub of Asean, officials have agreed that high-speed trains will be at the heart of the country's much-needed new infrastructure system. It will be the first time that Thailand will have such a modern transport network, which will cover 3,193 kilometres at a cost of about 2.07 trillion baht. But this plan isn't just on paper. The government has already begun the construction of some routes and will 'keep calling bids' for the project. The routes will make transport more convenient and are expected to drive the national economy forward in the long term. Faster trips to Laos and China. The first route, a Thai-Sino project linking Bangkok and Nong Khai in the far Northeast, is now under construction and is scheduled to be completed by 2023. The line, which will cover 608km, will serve as the main transport system to Laos, which is next to Nong Khai. From the border line, another rail route will take passengers to the Lao capital of Vientiane, and the last leg will take travellers to Mohan, a border town in China's southern province. A 414 km link between Vientiane and Mohan is now 55% complete, according to a Lao official who asked not to be named. The Lao government is also in the process of building another rail section connecting its capital with Nong Khai. Cash prospects of Asean rail network. Like Thailand, Laos intends to use this international route to help boost its economy. The official expected this line will draw between 10 and 20 million Chinese tourists to the country each year. The line will also benefit Thailand economically as Thai authorities are planning to link Nong Khai with the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), the state's much-touted project to make the East an industrial hub for modern and smart production. The province, together with Rayong and Chachoengsao, make the the EEC zone, which covers 30,000 rai of land. New look of Bang Sue. For commuters, nothing will be better than faster and more convenient trips from Bangkok to the countryside, and to surrounding countries. Bang Sue will be the gateway to this new convenience. This is not just a new central railway station, but a 'grand station', expected to be the largest in Asean, according to State Railway of Thailand governor Worawut Mala. The four-storey station will cover an area of 300,000 square metres and is planned to be surrounded by commercial areas. The station will also be connected with the city's Blue Line, Airport Rail Link, and rail routes to upcountry provinces. Invest Bangkok, Contact Us +60164465689 https://bit.ly/2Lc28F0 read more
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Thai EEC pushes Industrial Estate Authority land sales

Thai EEC pushes Industrial Estate Authority land sales

The sales volume of industrial estate land in the first half of fiscal 2019 increased by 5.25% year-on-year to 1,339 rai, thanks to the government’s new projects in eastern provinces, the Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand (IEAT) said on Tuesday. IEAT said it sold 1,328 rai of plots located in the Eastern Economic Corridor areas and another 11 rai outside the scheme, with a combined price of 8.59 billion baht, from October to March. IEAT governor said she was confident the sales volume of industrial estate land would reach the targeted 3,500 rai. The government has sped up infrastructure investments in the EEC and the new government will boost investor confidence. “IEAT expects new investment projects in and outside the EEC would create 1,585 jobs.”  IEAT operates 55 industrial estates in 16 provinces and the Map Ta Phut deep-sea port and six more will be added — the Cosmic Industrial Estate Development project in Rayong, Bo Thong 33 Industrial Estate in Prachinburi and Rojana Industrial Estate at the Laeam Chabang port in Chonburi, World Food Valley Thailand in Ang Thong, CPGC Industrial Estate in Nikhom Pattana and Ban Khai districts of Rayong and Preaksa Industrial Estate in Samut Prakan. The EEC covers Chon Buri (Pattaya), Rayong and Chachoengsao. Bangkok Pattaya Welcome Contact +6016-4465689 https://bit.ly/2Lc28F0 read more
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EEC-area residences see sales rates rise

EEC-area residences see sales rates rise

A decrease in new residential supply launched in three key eastern provinces in the second half of last year helped improve the average sales rate in the location to over 70%. The Real Estate Information Center (REIC) said housing demand in Chon Buri, Rayong and Chachoengsao remained strong. 'Housing transfers in the eastern region continued rising.' 'The amount rose to 57,314 units, worth a total of 103 billion baht last year from 47,256 units worth a combined 84 billion, second only to Greater Bangkok.' One of the key drivers for strong demand in the housing sector in the provinces was the eastern region's population growth of 1.2%, which was higher than the nationwide figure of 0.5%. Chon Buri saw growth of 2%, followed by Rayong with 1.8% and Chachoengsao with 0.7%. The five-year average increase in housing stock in the eastern region (3.6%) was also higher than nationwide growth (2.2%), driven by Chon Buri and Rayong with 4.6% each and Chachoengsao with 3%. According to a market survey last year, Chon Buri, Rayong and Chachoengsao had a total of 185,179 residential units from 974 projects worth a combined 561.22 billion baht as of the end of last year. Of this amount, 85% was sold. Invest Pattaya, Contact Us now +6016-4465689 / +6012-5316077 read more
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Pruksa Holding pursues star architect Tom Wright

Pruksa Holding pursues star architect Tom Wright

SET-listed Pruksa Holding (PSH), one of the country's largest property developers, met with the architect of Dubai's Burj Al Arab to discuss the Ivy Asoke-Phromphong project situated on Sukhumvit Soi 18. The British architect and designer Tom Wright of WKK Architects is best known as the designer of the seven-star Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai, one of the tallest hotels in the world. He also designed Capital Gate in Abu Dhabi, the furthest-leaning man-made building in the world, and the Ribbon of Light in Iran. Mr Wright said consulting on PSH's Ivy brand will be a challenge because of small apartment sizes -- 28 square metres at the short end, which is tiny compared with the luxury apartments of 140 sq m that WKK normally designs. 'The trend is changing and there is probably a future for smaller bedrooms,' he said, adding that he appreciates smaller apartments for their energy efficiency. Regarding WKK's latest project is in Vancouver, Mr Wright said: 'The building will be one of the most environmentally conscious buildings in the world. It follows the German principle of passive house, using almost zero energy. The 60-storey luxury apartment uses 10% of what surrounding buildings use in terms of energy.' WKK Architects is a partnership of Hakim Khennouchi and Geku Kuruvillais and has a team of 18 architects and designers based in southern Britain. 'We listen to our client to understand their needs, then produce a design-led solution that fits their specific requirements.' 'Our architectural approach embodies several significant design principles: inspiration, innovation, efficiency, context.' Let's join our discovery tour to invest Bangkok +6012-5316077 / +6016-4465689 read more
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Mitsubishi eyes inner Bangkok offices

Mitsubishi eyes inner Bangkok offices

Mitsubishi Estate Group, one of Japan's largest real estate firms, remains upbeat on Thailand, eyeing logistics in outer Bangkok as a next venture after co-investing with SET-listed developer Raimon Land Plc to build a high-end office tower this year. Executive director of Mitsubishi Estate Asia said the company has confidence in the medium and long term in Thailand, though it has minor concerns in the short term. 'Thailand is a strategic location in Asia'. 'The most attractive sector in real estate [to invest in] is Grade A offices in inner Bangkok, followed by logistics in outer city locations.' Escalating US-China trade tensions might shift production bases from China to Thailand, particularly the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), but Mitsubishi will still focus on Bangkok. Mitsubishi Estate entered the Thai property market in 2013 via joint ventures with SET-listed developer AP Thailand Plc for condo development in Bangkok. They have developed 17 projects with a total of 16,000 units. A few years ago Mitsubishi explored a joint venture to develop Grade A office buildings in inner Bangkok as the sector was robust, with strong demand and low vacancy. But AP was not interested in non-residential development, so Mitsubishi joined with Raimon Land for an office tower on Ploenchit Road. 'The office will be financed with fresh funds from Japan of less than 1.7 billion baht.' The plot is sized six rai and Raimon Land signed a leasehold contract in late 2016. With total investment of 8.8 billion baht, Raimon Land and Mitsubishi plan to develop a 61-storey tower with a lettable area of 61,000 square metres. Raimon Land chief executive Lionel Lee said construction of One City Centre is due to finish in late 2022. read more
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Slowdown won't keep Chinese from calling Bangkok 'second home'

Slowdown won't keep Chinese from calling Bangkok 'second home'

Chinese will keep buying Bangkok property despite the slowdown in Asia’s largest economy amid the trade war with the United States, according to Noble Development Plc. A desire to diversify investments out of the yuan and growing flight links with Bangkok will support demand. 'Our market is so tiny compared with huge demand from China', adding the capital has become a 'second home' for many Chinese.  Noble said its first-quarter condominium sales to foreigners jumped to 1.7 billion baht and are set to hit as much as 6 billion baht in 2019, more than double the previous year’s figure. Contact us now for Bangkok Property Investment +6016-4465689 / +012-5316077 read more
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