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Minister calls for Swedish investors

Publication date 16 June 2021 | 21:06 | ICT

Minister of Commerce Pan Sorasak on June 15 urged the outgoing Swedish ambassador to encourage investors of the Scandinavian country, such as multinational furniture retailer IKEA and automaker Volvo, to explore business opportunities in

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