Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik will lead a Danish business delegation in Thailand    2008-05-15 07:21:15    

Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary will lead a Danish business delegation in Thailand from November 24 to 26, it has been confirmed.
Bangkok's Royal Danish Embassy revealed the royal couple will be accompanied by Per Stig Moller - the Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs - at the event which is to mark the 150 year anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Denmark and Thailand.

The Embassy in Bangkok is working with the Trade Council of Denmark, Danish Industries and Export Promotion Denmark to organise a programme to ensure the promotion of Denmark and the country's businesses in Thailand.

The Danish Thai Chamber of Commerce also confirmed the focus will be on the energy and environmental uses of Danish lifestyle goods, and to promote the creativeness of Denmark as a country.

Companies who which to participate in the event should pre-register with Commercial Counsellor Linda Jakobsen at

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