Fugitive former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who arrived in Japan earlier in the day, said the organization is based on the Japan-Thailand Economic Partnership Agreement signed by both countries in 2007, and will allow both countries to promote more specific shared strategies for advancing trade and investment.
What does JTEPA stand for?
JTEPA stands for Japan-Thailand Economic Partnership Agreement
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
- Joint Test and Evaluation Methodology
- Jumeaux Triples Enfants Multiples (French: Twin, Triple, Multiple Children; parent's association)
- Joint Test and Evaluation Master Plan
- Joint Training and Experimentation Network (US Joint Forces Command)
- Joint Training Enterprise Network (US DoD)
- Joint Tactical Exploitation & National Systems
- Joint Terminal Engineering Office
- Japan Thailand Economic Partnership (Bangkok, Thailand)
- Joint Range Extension TMPG Equipment Package (USAF)
- Journal of Transport Economics and Policy (UK)
- Japan-Thailand Economic Partnership Promotion Organization
- Japan Transport Economics Research Center
- John Tyler Elementary School (Portsmouth, VA)
- Joint Tactical Engagement Simulation System
- Journal of Teacher Education and Training
- Japan Textile Evaluation Technology Council
- Joint Test and Evaluation Task Force
- Joint Tactical Electric Vehicle
- Journal of Testing and Evaluation
- Jemez Tomography Experiment
Samples in periodicals archive:
1 Kyodo Selected editorial excerpts from the Asia-Pacific press: FTA TO DEEPEN THAI-JAPAN TIES (The Nation, Bangkok) The Japan-Thailand Economic Partnership Agreement (Jtepa), which comes into effect today, will greatly expand trade and investment between the two countries, both of which have a strategic interest to team up economically to fully exploit opportunities presented by globalization.
Fugitive former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said in Tokyo on Friday that the organization is based on the Japan-Thailand Economic Partnership Agreement signed by both countries in 2007, and will allow the two sides to promote more specific shared strategies for advancing trade and investment.