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A research points out that the government should review the objectives of the Thai-EU FTA as it can do more harm than good and allow foreigners to monopolize the species of fauna and flora.

NHCO / Story of the Month  / A research points out that the government should review the objectives of the Thai-EU FTA as it can do more harm than good and allow foreigners to monopolize the species of fauna and flora.

The BioThai Foundation and the National Health Commission Office (NHCO) organized a discussion on the impacts of the planned Thai-EU Free Trade Agreement (Thai-EU FTA) on biodiversity. Participants urged the government to review the objectives of and benefits from its FTA negotiation with the European Union (EU) as the FTA can allow transnational companies to obtain patents for and access to such resources as seeds, herbs and microorganisms worth tens of billions of baht. Thai farmers’ costs will soar by 2-6 t