Curfew Lifted in Three Major Tourist Destinations

The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO has revoked the curfew in three major tourist destinations, namely Pattaya in Chon Buri, Ko Samui in Surat Thani, and Phuket.

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Thailand’s Stable Rating Outlook

Permanent Secretary for Finance Rungson Sriworasart stated that Moody's Investors Service had affirmed Thailand's fundamental credit strengths remain largely intact despite the political confrontations.

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Community Empowerment to Be Emphasized in Handling the Southern Situation

The new Secretary-General of the Southern Border Provinces Administrative Center, Mr. Panu Uthairat, stated that community empowerment would be emphasized as a way to tackle problems in the deep South.

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Explanations to the International Community Regarding Thailand’s Political Situation

Thailand has started to give explanations of its latest developments of political situation to various regional and international venues in order to create better understanding about the country.

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Thailand and Its ASEAN Partners to Link Labor Market Information

Thailand and its ASEAN partners are stepping up cooperation in linking labor market information in this region, so that they would be able to tackle the problem of labor shortages more effectively.

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Three-Phase Roadmap for National Administration

The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) is starting to implement a three-phase roadmap for national administration to move the country forward.

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Current Political Situation in Thailand and Steps for the Future

The foreign media have been briefed on the current political situation in Thailand following the military intervention and on the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO)’s envisaged steps for the future.

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Proposal to Establish a Public Organization to Promote Hajj Affairs

The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) will be asked to consider a proposal for the establishment of a public organization to promote Hajj affairs in Thailand.

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Tourists’ Travelling Schedules Hardly Affected by the Curfew

The announcement by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) on the change in curfew time to 00.01-04.00 hr, as of 28 May 2014 means that tourists visiting Thailand will have more time to enjoy the Kingdom’s wide variety of tourist attractions.

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Boosting Tourist Confidence in Thailand’s Current Situation

Tourism-related agencies have been urged to boost tourist confidence by explaining to international tourists the normal situation following political changes in Thailand.



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