OTOP Midyear 2013 Fair

The Community Development Department is organizing the OTOP Midyear 2013 Fair from 28 May to 2 June 2013, when community products from all over Thailand are put on show and on sale.

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Ministry of Commerce Instructed to Emphasize a Study on Impacts of AEC

The Ministry of Commerce has been instructed to focus on a study on impacts of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), which will be in place in 2015.

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Thinking of the Same Asian Community

As countries in Asia are all connected in today’s world, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has urged them to start thinking of being part of the same Asian community with an outward-looking approach that will promote shared interests and address challenges together.

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Official Visit to Thailand of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh

Prime Minister of the Republic of India Dr. Manmohan Singh will pay an official visit to Thailand on 30-31 May 2013, as guest of the Royal Thai Government.

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Policy of Developing Thailand into a Medical Hub in the Region

The Thai government is taking steps to develop Thailand into a medical hub in the region, with an emphasis on wellness and high-quality services at international standards. It believes that the policy on the medical hub will help promote medical tourism and turn Thailand into a wellness destination in this part of the world.

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Educational Development in the Southern Border Provinces

Education has been advocated as one of the best ways to improve the situation in the southern border provinces, according to several reports in which various groups of people had come up with the conclusion that problems in the southern border provinces could ease with better education.

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Ban Hua Thang Community: Satun Model to Tackle Southern Violence

Ban Hua Thang community, located in Phiman subdistrict, Mueang district of Satun province, is a flat area of 0.56 square kilometers, surrounded by mangroves. It consists of 100 families, with about 1,000 people, who are mostly Muslims and are engaged mainly in fishing and trade.

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Ban Muang Ngam: An Empowered Community with Healthy Interaction between Buddhist and Muslim Residents

A community in Singhanakhon district, Songkhla province, Ban Muang Ngam is under the Muang Ngam Subdistrict (Tambon) Administrative Organization. This village consists of 813 families, with a population of 3,391 (as of February 2013). Out of the population, 1,713 are male and 1,678 are female.

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Satun Province to Be Developed as a Leading Eco-Tourism City in ASEAN

The southernmost province of Thailand on the Andaman Sea, Satun is located 973 kilometers from Bangkok bordering Perlis and Kedah in Malaysia. With its unique location, this southern province is an attractive destination for tourists, adventurers, and businesspeople, as well as nature lovers.

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Songkhla Province in Southern Thailand

Lying some 950 kilometers south of Bangkok, Songkhla, with a population of about 1.36 million, is a major seaside city, connecting with Kedah State of Malaysia. It has emerged as the economic center of the lower southern region and it is worth a visit in all seasons.



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