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This is a featured video from the National Export Initiative Priority Markets series.
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Thailand’s population is 68 million. Two-way trade was about $33 billion in 2010, with $23.6 billion in Thai exports to the U.S. and $9 billion in U.S. exports to Thailand, an increase of 28 percent, while Thailand’s GDP went up 8 percent. Thailand’s economic growth has created opportunities for U.S. companies in infrastructure sectors, including electrical power, telecommunications, and renewable energy, and also for U.S. medical products, cosmetics, security equipment, food supplements and educational services.
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