Thailand and Singapore have signed a series of agreements aimed at deepening their economic cooperation. The agreements cover tourism, intellectual property, sustainability, and meat trades, among others. Ministers from Thailand and Singapore oversaw the agreements at the sixth Singapore-Thailand Enhanced Economic Relationship (STEER) ministerial meeting held in Bangkok last month. The new agreements signed by Thailand and Singapore will not significantly shift the relationship between the two countries, but represent ongoing bilateral cooperation in a number of fields, from trade to regulation, according to an announcement. Additionally, the two countries have also agreed to deepen their bilateral engagement in several other areas, including trade and investment facilitation, air transport and tourism cooperation, digital economy, innovation, and sustainability.
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