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The Government Public Relations Department (PRD) will organize a lunch talk on The Governments Achievements and Missions by Lt. Gen. Sansern Kaewkumnerd, Government Spokesman and acting DirectorGeneral of PRD and Lt. Gen. Werachon Sukhondhapatipak, Deputy Government Spokesman. The event aims to create awareness of the Governments performance and mission plans. The lunch talk will take place on 19 February 2018, 09.30 13.00 hr, at Arnoma Grand Bangkok Hotel. (16/02/2018)
The Community Development Department, Ministry of the Interior, is organizing the Regional OTOP Fair in Phuket on 15-21 February 2018. The event features more than 300 booths displaying OTOP products from across the country, including food, beverages, clothing, home decorations, souvenirs, an and herbal products. In addition, there are also entertainment activities, as well as as demonstrations on the making of various OTOP products. (16/02/2018)
The Ministry of Science and Technology revealed that the ministry is going to develop a new internet platform titled the NETPIE project, which aims to interconnect devices on the Internet of Things. NETPIE, which stands for Network Platform for Internet of Everything, will help shorten development time and reduce the burden of server administration in order to support e-Government services. (16/02/2018)
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The Ministry of Culture disclosed that the ministry is going to promote Ban Chiang community, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site, as a study point and a cultural tourism community in the northeastern region, which will help local people earn more income. The ministry also expects that the move will preserve the local traditions and maintain the identity of the community, as well as creating value added in goods and services. (15/02/2018)
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The Ministry of Commerce announced that the 61st Bangkok Gems and Jewelry Fair is scheduled for 21-25 February 2018 at IMPACT, Muang Thong Thani, Bangkok. Under the theme of Heritage & Craftsmanship, the fair focuses on Thailands cultural heritage and the exquisite craftsmanship of Thai artisans, which is internationally renowned. It will also support efforts by large Thai manufacturers to expand their businesses to international markets. (14/02/2018)
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The Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives has officially launched a new campaign to promote the use of technology for agricultural purposes. The campaign was launched in Kamphaeng Phet province to improve farmers productivity, while lowering production costs and boosting harvests, including ways to help farmers by increasing their family incomes and improving their quality of life, as well as supporting the countrys economy. (14/02/2018)
The Ministry of Public Health has been preparing to accommodate the aging society in Thailand, because the birthrate has constantly been decreasing. They have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security, and the Ministry of the Interior to implement the "3S" strategy, which includes being strong, social engagement, and security. (14/02/2018)
The Government has continued its initiative to train the new generation of farmers, to ensure that they are equipped with knowledge about technology and innovations. The Government encourages new-generation farmers, who are creative and capable of becoming self-sufficient entrepreneurs while leading local fellow farmers on the same path. Now, after having trained 1,836 new-generation farmers in 2017, the Government plans to train as many as 3,280 people this year. (13/02/2018)
The Ministry of Digital Economy and Society disclosed that it has a plan to establish a governmental cloud data center. The cloud data center will be located in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) zone, which includes the provinces of Chonburi, Chachoengsao, Rayong, and Samut Prakan. The center will also host some of the countrys public services, for example, the natural disaster warning system. (13/02/2018)
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The Ministry of Labor is urging employers to bring migrant workers to get a medical checkup at the hospitals designated by the Ministry of Public Health before going to the One Stop Service Centers nationwide and bringing their migrant workers into the labor system by 31 March 2018. There are seven hospitals in Bangkok where migrant workers can receive a medical checkup: Central Hospital, Noppharattana Ratchathani Hospital, Lertsin Hospital, Rajavithi Hospital, Taksin Hospital, Chareonkrung Pracharak Hospital, and Wachiraphayaban Hospital. (12/02/2018)
The Department of Internal Trade (DIT) will organize organic goods trade fairs on 14-17 February 2018 in Germany to promote Thailand as the hub of organic farming development in ASEAN. The fair will feature organic products from 22 companies, including rice products, tea, coffee, and sugar. The event will encourage the growth Thai organic products among international clients, and provide a platform for business negotiations with international partners, and Thai entrepreneurs will be enhance their knowledge about consumers' desires and international trends. (12/02/2018)
A team of Thai ice sculptors won the grand prize at the 45th International Snow Sculpture Contest 2018, in Japan. Their sculpture is a Thai fighting cock, as cockfighting is a tradition that is a part of Thailand's culture. The event was held at Odori Park, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, from 4 to 8 February 2018. It is a a part of the 69th Sapporo Snow Festival. (12/02/2018)
The Ministry of Labor revealed that it has accelerated the Governments policy to expand the market for Thai cuisine as another channel of income for the nation. Under the Thai Kitchen to the World project, the ministry will provide skills development in Thai culinary arts provided by the Department of Skills Development, which can facilitate the relocation of culinary professionals who wish to work abroad. (09/02/2018)
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The Ministry of Tourism and Sports, in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, plan to revise the curriculum to encourage the tourism industry. A meeting has been recently held to brainstorm ideas about enhancing capacity and developing human resources to meet the needs of the tourism industry, under the Government's Thailand 4.0 policy. The Ministry of Tourism and Sports emphasized that it would cooperate to adjust the tourism curriculum to support sustainable tourism in Thailand. (08/02/2018)
In the occasion of the 111th anniversary of the founding of Leoi province, Loei will be organizing an event titled The Northeastern Flower Exposition, from 14 February to 1 March 2018, at Chaloem Phrakiat Public Park, Loei, to showcase hundreds of beautiful flowers and decorative plant species planted in Loei, and to promote tourism within the province. Moreover, the event will be showcasing several performances, imported and rare flowers, the Hmong tribes lifestyle, as well as music, a drawing competition, agricultural and OTOP products, and so on. (08/02/2018)
The Ministry of Commerce disclosed that Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak will lead a Thai delegation to visit Fukuoka prefecture in Japan on 8-10 February 2018 in order to expand economic cooperation and attract investors in the S-Curve industrial sector in Thailand. In this occasion, he will meet with Japanese government officials and members of the Japanese private sector, as well as attending a seminar to attract investors from Fukuoka to Thailand. (07/02/2018)
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The Prime Minister and members of the Cabinet visited the Chanthaboon Waterfront Community during the weekly Cabinet retreat in Chanthaburi. They also have discussed various issues including the strategy to make Thailand a global powerhouse in the tropical fruit trade and the development of eight provinces on the eastern seaboard. During their visit to Trat, they visited a fresh water management center at Baan Pred Nai mangrove forest and toward Baan Pred Nai community to view their processed agricultural products. (07/02/2018)
The Government aims to reform education in the eastern region to accommodate the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC). As the EEC will take place in three provinces, namely Chachoengsao, Chonburi, and Rayong, the Ministry of Education has extended to eight neighboring provinces, adding Chantaburi, Trat, Prachinburi, Nakhon Nayok, and Sakaeo. The project is aimed at developing education in the area to produce graduates who meet the requirements of the industries that will be present. (07/02/2018)
The Ministry of Education plans to help public schools to improve their internet networks as a way to help students do their research. It recently held a meeting to follow up on the use of internet networks at public schools in Rayong, Chanthaburi, and Trat provinces. The ministry has allocated part of the national budget for education, which includes funding to solve problems with internet connectivity for public schools. (07/02/2018)
The Community Development Department is now holding a five-day event titled OTOP to the Town 2018, in order to promote OTOP products nationwide and provide entrepreneurs an excellent opportunity to showcase, develop, and sell their products. The event is taking place at Building B, Chaeng Watthana Government Complex, from 5 to 9 February 2018. Moreover, further events will continue to be held both in Bangkok and in other provinces, such as Rayong, Chon Buri (Pattaya), Chiang Mai, Nakhon Ratchasima, and Udon Thani. (07/02/2018)

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