Pakistan and Thailand formally began diplomatic relationships on 10 October 1951. Bilateral trade volume between Pakistan and Thailand in 2008 was around US$750 million, with seafood and textile accounting for Pakistani export to Thailand, and motorcars and chemical products accounting for Thai export to Pakistan.
The investment boards of the two countries have also signed a memorandum of understanding on sharing investment intelligence, encouraging prospective investors and technical assistance. And a Thai-Pakistan chamber of commerce has also been established to facilitate trade and investment between the two countries.
The joint stamp depicts Minar-e-Pakistan Lahore and Victory Monument Bangkok. Stamp also shows the flags of both the countries and on the bottom is inscribed 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Pakistan and Thailand.