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Glittering Event to Jewelry Industry - The 59th Bangkok Gems & Jewelry Fair 2017

HONG KONG, Sept 20, 2016 - (ACN Newswire) - Origin of Jewelry Industry between Hong Kong and Thailand

The development of Hong Kong's jewelry industry has been facilitated by the expansion of the local market, including sales to tourists. In terms of value, 86.5% of Hong Kong's total exports of jewelry are made of precious material.

Thailand, as being as the jewelry hub among ASEAN countries, is currently ranking on 8th for Hong Kong's total import of jewelry & pearls, accounting 2.6% of the total market share. It is also the only ASEAN country included as the top 10 countries of Importation by Hong Kong.

As of Jun - Jul 2016, Hong Kong had imported approximately USD490Millions jewelry from Thailand, including pearls, precious/semi-precious stones (84.9%), articles of jewelry (15%) and articles of pearls, precious/semi-precious stones (0.1%), etc. , showing a 11.8% positive growth in compare to the same period last year.

Bangkok Gems & Jewelry Fair (BGJF) Organized by The Department of Int'l Trade Promotion (DITP), Ministry of Commerce of the Royal Thai Government

Due to this encouraging reason, The Department of Int'l Trade Promotion (DITP), Ministry of Commerce of the Royal Thai Government wishes to blossom this industry via organizing Bangkok Gems & Jewelry Fair (BGJF). BGJF is a bi-yearly event happening in February and September each year. The 59th BGJF will be held during 22-26 February 2017. As before, the Royal Thai Government shall dedicate their best to serve all participants with diversity, such as "0" VAT, business matching activities, etc.

The 58th BGJF ended successfully by drawing more than 2,200 exhibitor booths from worldwide, include Thailand (local), China, Iran, Taiwan, Poland, India, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Laos, Japan, Turkey and Italy, etc.

On top of that, under the great liaison by our appointed sole agent in Hong Kong, Hong Kong Jewellery & Jade Manufacturers Association (HKJJA), had led 42 booths from HKSAR to exhibit at our 58,500 sqm. venue. This Fair had attracted buyers from all over the world, top 10 visiting countries are India, Myanmar, China, the United States, Sri Lanka, Australia, Iran, Japan, Hong Kong and Pakistan.

We as the Organizer, shall evaluate from our previous experiences and carry BGJF 2017 onto the next level that can further fulfill international standards, allowing jewelry industry from worldwide to shine through this international stage.

Thai Trade Center Hong Kong

TTCHK, also known as the Office of Thai Trade Commissioner (Royal Thai Consulate General - Commercial Section) in Hong Kong is here to serve entrepreneurs in Hong Kong and Macau regions, aiming to enhance business opportunities and create win-win situation for all parties. We are one of the 62 branches worldwide, under the Department of International Promotion, Ministry of Commerce of the Royal Thai Government. (Address: 8 Cotton Tree Drive, 8th Floor Fairmont House, Central , HK; Tel: +852 2525 9716; Fax: +852 2868 4927; Email:

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