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Thailand promotes e-commerce development hinh anh 1Products that customers ordered online are waiting in line for pick-up and delivery services (Bangkok Post file photo)

Bangkok (VNA) – The Thai government has vowed to move forward with
its e-commerce development plan, aiming to increase domestic e-commerce revenue
to more than 7.1 trillion baht (209 billion USD) by 2027, average growth of 10
percent annually, local media reported.

According to Deputy Minister of Commerce Sansern Samalapa, who chaired the 2022
E-Commerce Committee meeting on April 21, the committee approved a draft
national e-commerce development action plan phase II, which spans 2023-27.
Phase I covered 2021-22.

Under the
first phase, the government aims to raise e-commerce revenue to 5.35 trillion
baht this year; increase the e-commerce revenue of small and medium-sized
enterprises (SMEs) by at least 5 percent a year; and grow outbound cross-border

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