Demand for Thai Silk in International Market on the Rise

Sericulture in Thailand has continued to grow steadily, as demand for Thai silk in the international market is on the rise.

The Director-General of the Queen Sirikit Department of Sericulture, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Mr. Anant Suwannarat, said that Thai silk products in the United States, Japan, and European countries are still in great demand, while some countries in the Middle East, such as Oman, are starting to pay more attention to Thai silk for use in decoration.


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