Factors Affecting Trade in Value along The Border of Maesot District, Tak Province


  • ณฐญาดา โทมิตะ หลักสูตรบริหารธุรกิจมหาบัณฑิต คณะบริหารธุรกิจ มหาวิทยาลัยหัวเฉียวเฉลิมพระเกียรติ


Along The Border, The Border trade of Maesot District


The Border Trading of Thailand with Myanmar at the Mae Sot Sub-province then. There was the economic benefit to Mae Sot, Tak Province of Thailand and Myawaddy Province of Myanmar also. The value of exports to Myanmar that was the most in Thailand. The crossing point permanently Mae Sot – Myawaddy has a high potential for increasing the level of Mae Sot’s economic development, to become a large economic area, and probably an exclusive economic border zone in the future. This descriptive research had purpose to study the dominated factors which affected to the Border Trading at Mae sot, Tak Province. The samples of this study consisted of 248 border traders who were named in the Revenue Department’s tax payment list and some of government officers which involved with. Questionnaire and interviewing were applied as the tools of this research. The methods for data analysis were the Descriptive Statistics and Multiple Regression Analysis Method. As the results of this research, it was found that the factors which affected to value of trading along Thailand – Myanmar Border at the high level were the Economic Factor and the Physical Factor. Then, the Laws & Regulations Factor, Political Factor and also Social and Cultural Factor were affecting to value of border trading at the medium level. Moreover, the Physical Factor and the Economic Factor were significant. By the results of this research, any suggestions on how to fix the problem. And barriers to trade along the border. The government should be encouraged and promote the local tourism, organize marketing training to border trader, especially on the subject of trade promotion including the 1st Thai-Myanmar Friendship Bridge repair too.




How to Cite

โทมิตะ ณ. (2013). Factors Affecting Trade in Value along The Border of Maesot District, Tak Province. Business Administration and Management Journal Review, 5(1), 67–78. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/bahcuojs/article/view/156659



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