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(IDEX On-line) – The Thai Gem and Jewellery Merchants Affiliation (TGJTA) has teamed up with the Shanghai Gems & Jade Trade to create a jewellery confederation.
The intention of the transfer is to spice up jewellery commerce and exchanges between China and Thailand “to ascertain a modern-day ‘silk street’ below the identify of the China-Thailand Gemstone Merchants Affiliation (CTGA).
“Complementing one another’s benefits, this confederation will construct a bridge of change, communication and commerce cooperation within the gems and jade market of each nations,” the TGJTA mentioned in an announcement.
The Memorandum of Perceive (MoU) was signed on Could 9 by Wang Wan Fong, President of the Shanghai Gems & Jade Trade, and Suttipong Damrongsakul, President of the TGJTA.
“The China-Thailand Gemstone Merchants Affiliation or CTGA can be holding actions for members similar to purchaser missions and sales space exchanges whereas facilitating commerce between the 2 nations,” mentioned Suttipong. “Furthermore, the CTGA can be collaborating with different associations in nations like Russia and Cambodia to extend commerce within the area.”
The TGJTA delegation visited the Shanghai Gems & Jade Trade in addition to bringing 16 exhibitors from Thailand to showcase on the Jewellery Shanghai 2017 tradeshow.
“We imagine that robust cooperation throughout the area is a key instrument to drive ahead the present trade’s problem. China and Thailand has been a powerful alliance for one another and this may make the area as the middle of future international jewellery market” mentioned Suttipong.
The TGJTA can be holding the inaugural Thailand Gems & Jewellery Honest from June 15 to 18, at IMPACT Challenger 2 in Bangkok.
Suttipong Damrongsakul (left), President of the TGJTA China-Thailand Gemstone Merchants Affiliation on the MoU signing ceremony with Wang Wan Fong, President of the Shanghai Gems & Jade Trade.