Thailand and the Republic of Korea Agree to Expand Bilateral Trade

Thailand and the Republic of Korea have agreed to expand annual bilateral trade to 30 billion US dollars by 2016 and to push forward the feasibility study of concluding an economic partnership agreement between the two countries.

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Promoting Reading Habit among Thai People

The Office of the Non-Formal and Informal Education, under the Ministry of Education, has launched the "Smart Book Home" project to instill in Thai people a love for reading, especially those living in rural and remote areas.

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Public Facilities to Be More Available for the Disabled Living in and Visiting Thailand

People with disabilities will find it more convenient to live in and visit Thailand, as the Government is attaching greater importance to building public facilities for the disabled.

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A 90-Day Visa Granted to Foreigners from Six Countries Seeking Medical Services in Thailand

Visitors from six Gulf Cooperation Council countries seeking medical services in Thailand will be granted a 90-day visa on entry.

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Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to Visit the Republic of Korea and Hong Kong

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra will visit the Republic of Korea and Hong Kong Special Administrative Region from 24-26 February 2013.

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Internal Security Act Likely to Be Enforced in Certain Areas in the Three Southern Border Provinces

The Government is considering the possibility of replacing the Executive Decree on Public Administration in Emergency Situations with the 2008 Internal Security Act in certain areas in the three southern border provinces.

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Urgent Move to Cut Energy Use and Ease a Possible Electricity Shortage

The Government has called on the public to cut energy use and electricity consumption to minimize impacts from a possible electricity shortage in April 2013.

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Thai Farmers Urged to Grow More Coffee in Preparation for the ASEAN Economic Community

Thai farmers have been urged to grow more coffee in response to the rising demand and in preparation for the ASEAN Economic Community in 2015.

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Drought Problem to Be Tackled in a Systematic Manner, and More Power Plants to Be Set Up

The Government is stepping up efforts to ease the pressing drought problem, while seeking ways to establish more power plants for electricity generation, to cope with the growing demand.

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Sukhothai and Associated Towns to Be Developed as Models for Thailand’s Cultural Tourism

The Ministry of Culture plans to develop Sukhothai, Si Satchanalai, and Kamphaeng Phet historical parks as models for Thailand’s cultural tourism.



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