On June 23, 2022, the Permanent Secretary of Labour, Mr. Boonchob Suttamanaswong, joined the Small and Medium Enterprises Promotion Committee (SME) Meeting No. 2/2022 to acknowledge the reports on answers to the Prime Minister’s questions. The Chairman of the Small and Medium Enterprises Promotion Committee Meeting No. 1/2022 gave a report on the ongoing performance of the ONE ID pilot project and the development of the Single Sign One system for the SME to obtain services from the government in 2013 (One Identification One SME – Phase III), and actions on public-private partnerships. It also delivered the continuous performance report on the implementation of the powers and duties of the SME Executive Committee under Section 20 of the Small and Medium Enterprises Promotion Act B.E. 2543, on the approval of the promotion plan for small and medium-sized enterprises, the SME’s action plan on the issuance of new rules/regulations, and amending the old rules/regulations.
In addition, the meeting acknowledged the draft project to drive the achievement of goals according to the national strategy for the 2024 fiscal year. It also reported the MSME situation report, the project’s results to promote knowledge on foreign exchange risk management and support SMEs that make international trade. It gave a progress report on the financial project management of the SME regarding hiring fund managers following the SME Executive Committee’s regulations on fund managers in the Small and Medium Enterprises Promotion Fund, for the part allocated for Section 34 (1) and (3) B.E. 2564. The meeting also considered the approval of the draft Examination Subcommittee’s charter. The meeting took place via video conference at the meeting room of the Permanent Secretary of Labour, 7th floor, Ministry of Labour.
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23 June 2022