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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World Durian Festival: An Annual Event in Chanthaburi

During this time of the year, durian, which is recognized as the “king of tropical fruits,” is flooding the market. It is grown in abundance in Chanthaburi province, on the Gulf of Thailand.

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Roadmap Being Worked out for Thailand’s Economic Management

An economic roadmap is being worked out to set guidelines for Thailand’s economic management. The roadmap is expected to be submitted to the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) next week.

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Vocational Education in the Deep South to Get a Boost

Promotion will be given to private schools in the southern border provinces of Thailand to encourage them to open vocational courses for local students, so that they will be trained in vocational skills.

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NCPO Leader Calls for Cooperation to Bring about Peace and Order

Army Commander-in-Chief and Leader of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) General Prayut Chan-o-cha has called on all groups of people and members of the public to give cooperation with the military in bringing peace and order to the country.

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Political Changes Have No Impact on Thailand’s International Trade

The political changes in Thailand that came about after the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) had taken control of the country have had no impact on Thailand’s international trade.

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Positive Investment Trend Following Signs of Improving Political Situation in Thailand

Thailand Board of investment (BOI) believes that it will receive more applications for promotional privileges from investors, as the political conflict in the country is starting to ease.

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Businesses and Transport Services throughout Thailand Are Operating

Businesses, public services, and transport services throughout Thailand are operating, but have adjusted operating hours to comply with the curfew.



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