The Policy Formulation for Cosmetic Herbal Industry of Product Upstream in the Eastern Economic Corridor

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Nuntip Soisri
Supranee Thammapitak


This research article aims to: (1) analyze the capabilities of the industry (2) study the guidelines for industrial development (3) formulate policies for the development, promotion and support of the herbal group industry for cosmetic product upstream in the eastern economic corridor. By using qualitative research in in-depth interviews and group interviews with key informer who are interested in the development of the herbal industry. Upstream products consist of entrepreneurs, officials, government agencies, experts, a total of 40 people using content analysis information methods.

The results of the research are as found that: (1) The capabilities development of the herbal industry in upstream products for cosmetics category is the image production development in support for extracts production standards and upstream products certification in the development of policies to solve the upstream products shortage for Thai cosmetic products. (2) The alignment for development of herbal industry for upstream cosmetic products that is development of potentials for linkages, capabilities, building an industrial network with supervision, development criteria and risk management related to herbal extract products in production development research and develop data centers Test center development and develop a center to certify nonstate products. And (3) The Policy formulation for the development, promotion and support of the herbal group industry for cosmetic product upstream in the eastern economic corridor.


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Soisri, N., & Thammapitak, S. (2021). The Policy Formulation for Cosmetic Herbal Industry of Product Upstream in the Eastern Economic Corridor. Ph.D. In Social Sciences Journal, 11(2), 457–468. Retrieved from
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