The demand for textile products has increased significantly in recent years and has been expected to continue to grow due to the increasing economic activity in the country.
In recent times, the textile industry in Thailand has seen a huge growth in demand due to various factors such as the rise of tourism and an increase in the demand for consumer goods, such as clothing and shoes.
But while the textile sector in Thailand is still relatively small in comparison to other textile industries in the world, the industry is seeing a massive growth in the past few years.
The number of textile mills in Thailand, the largest textile industry on the island, has increased to 2,000 from 300 in 2016, according to a study conducted by the Institute of Tropical Industry in Thailand.
The Institute of Tropic Industry in Bangkok, the primary agency responsible for the regulation of the sector, said that the growth of the textile manufacturing sector in the recent past has been driven by the demand of the global market.
“The market has become bigger and bigger and we have seen an increase of demand for our products, mainly for footwear,” said Nachiyaw, the institute’s head.
“For footwear, we have been doing good business in the market and we were able to increase our output by 50 per cent in the last year,” Nachihyaw said.
“But for textile, we did not do well and it is because of the slowdown in exports that the industry has suffered,” he added.
According to the institute, Thailand has witnessed a huge boom in the textile and apparel industries in recent times.
The industry has seen an unprecedented boom in recent decades due to a boom in tourism and a significant increase in tourism activity.
The Tourism and Entertainment Act of 2016 introduced the first tourist tax in Thailand and increased tariffs on all tourist-related products, including apparel and footwear.
The legislation has also led to a huge increase in manufacturing capacity and increased the competitiveness of the industry.
The ministry of tourism said that it aims to boost the textile industries sector by providing more opportunities for the textile factories to expand and grow.
In a bid to boost textile industry output, the ministry is also considering increasing tariff rates on apparel and shoes, which will also help the textile manufacturers increase their capacity, the Ministry of Tourism said.