ASEAN economy worth around 2 trillion USD and expected to double itself to 4 trillion USD in 2020. Thailand is one of the most attractive ASEAN countries due to the growth of the middle class population and its demographic bonus presenting significant potential for the region economic growth.
Bangkok has one of the most numbers of commercial and residential buildings in ASEAN. According to Thailand Facility Management Association, there are above 10,000 buildings in Bangkok (size over 1,000 square meters).
140,000 factories and over 50 industrial estates are operational in Thailand.
Thailand’s development plans for 2012 – 2022 include a high speed rail network that will connect north, south, east and west in Thailand, as well as southern China.
The United Nations Conference on Trade and development (UNCTAD) ranks Thailand as the 8th most attractive host economy in the world for 2014-2016.
65.12 million people with steady growth, strong exports and a vibrant domestic consumer market.
GDP growth rate is 3.6% in 2015 and forecasted in accelerating to 4.1% in 2016.
Upgrade building laws and standards create an opportunity for new technology and services to the market.