Thailand: What Next
A Luncheon Presentation by DUSIT NONTANAKORN, Chairman, Thai Chamber of Commerce and Board of Trade
Thailand has in recent years been marred by political instability which reached a peak in April when the country experienced it worst political violence in two decades that resulted in scores of protesters and soldiers killed and hundreds more injured. How should recent events in Thailand be interpreted? Is the government committed to democratic development? What do the people want? How has the recent violence interrupted the nation's political and economic progress? Is national reconciliation possible? What lies in store?
Dusit Nontanakorn is a leading businessman in Thailand, with extensive experience particularly in the construction industry. He is currently Chairman of the Thai Chamber of Commerce and Board of Trade. In this capacity, he has led the efforts of the Thai business community to convince the government to resolve its ongoing political disputes, thereby allowing the country's economy to once again flourish. Dusit Nontanakorn also serves on the Board of Investment of Thailand, the Thai Institute of Directors and numerous other public and corporate bodies. He studied at Youngstown State University, Ohio, Ohio State University and received his MBA from the University of California at Los Angeles.
Co-hosted with Hong Kong Thailand Business Council
Hong Kong Club, 1 Jackson Road, Central Hong Kong (Please note: No sneakers, denim or sportswear)