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Agriculture Structural Reform as Part of the Thai Niyom Yangyuen Program
The Government has allocated a budget of 150 billion baht for the "Thai Niyom Yangyuen, or "Sustainable Thainess, program. Out of this amount, 24 billion baht will be used to carry out various projects, as part of agriculture structural reform.
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Smart Digital Hub to Be Established in the Eastern Economic Corridor
The Thai government is pleased with Alibaba Groups planned investment in establishing a smart digital hub in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) in Thailand.
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Promoting Fruit Quality in Eastern Provinces
Thailand is endowed with a wealth of fruit. Eastern provinces are known as major sources of tropical fruit in the country. The tropical fruit season usually runs from April to July, when many people visit various eastern provinces for delicious fruit.
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Anti-Corruption Education Program
Corruption is a threat to the countrys security and financial well-being. The Thai government considers corruption a serious problem, and it has made the fight against corruption one of its priorities.
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Greater Use of Science and Technology to Enhance Thailands Competitiveness
The Government attaches great importance to science and technology development, which will be used more widely in enhancing Thailands competitiveness and its production efficiency.
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Thai Economic Growth Expected to Exceed 4 Percent
Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha has quoted the World Banks Thailand Economic Monitor, which states that the Thai economy is expected to grow by 4.1 percent in 2018, the fastest pace since 2012.
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Boosting Cultural Tourism in 55 Provinces
The Government has a policy to promote cultural tourism in secondary tourist cities in 55 provinces across Thailand. The policy aims to create more jobs in rural areas and ensure a better distribution of tourism earnings.
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Happy Family Radio Launched to Promote Family Ties
The Thai government has a policy to promote closer family ties by strengthening relations among family members to create a strong family bond. Each year, on 14 April, Thailand celebrates Family Day, as part of the Songkran festival, the traditional Thai New Year. The objective is to underline the importance of the family institution.
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Government Prepares Thailand for an Aging Society
Thailand celebrates the National Day for the Elderly on 13 April each year, which coincides with the traditional Thai New Year Day. The celebration of the National Day for the Elderly is to underline the importance of older persons and to show gratitude and respect to them.
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Accident Prevention and Reduction during the Songkran Festival
The Cabinet, during its meeting on 10 April 2018, acknowledged an integrated plan for the campaign to prevent and reduce accidents during Songkran, the traditional Thai New Year. The objective is to ensure that people will celebrate this festival with safety throughout the country.
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Underlining the Important Role of Universities to Push for Thailand 4.0 Policy
Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha has stressed the important role of universities in developing human resources to keep pace with social changes and in response to the Thailand 4.0 policy, as well as the national strategy.
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Cultural Dimension Used as a Tool for National Development
The Ministry of Culture has announced its policy to use culture as a tool to contribute to national development, especially in developing quality human capital and building a better society.
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Thailand Works with Neighboring Countries to Ensure Regional Energy Security
Deputy Foreign Minister Virasakdi Futrakul stated that Thailand has closely cooperated with neighboring countries to ensure energy security in this region.
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Expanding Marketplaces for Thai Organic Products
The Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives has opened 149 marketplaces across Thailand to sell organic products of accepted standards, and it is ready to expand marketing channels for these products to help producers.
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Airport Bus Has Launched in Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai province is introducing a new mode of transportation, the R3 bus, for travelers to and from the airport on 5 April 2018.
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Street Food Isan Application to Promote Northeastern Thailand
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has launched the Street Food Isan application to attract foreign visitors to Thailands northeastern provinces. More than 100 street food stalls from eight Isan, or northeastern, provinces are on the application.
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236 Years of Rattanakosin Period
The year 2018 marks the 236th anniversary of the Rattanakosin, or Bangkok, period. The history of Rattanakosin dates back to the year 1782, when King Rama I established Bangkok as the capital of Thailand.
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Thailand Reaffirms Its Commitment on Issues of Business and Human Rights
Upon the Royal Thai Governments invitation, the United Nations Working Group on the issue of human rights and transnational corporations and other business enterprises paid an official visit to Thailand between 26 March and 4 April 2018.
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Campaign for Sustaining the Inheritance of Thai Culture
The Cabinet, during its meeting on 3 April 2018, acknowledged guidance for the campaign to sustain the inheritance of Thai culture during the celebration of Songkran, the traditional Thai New Year, in the month of April.
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Thai Niyom Hotline Launched to Receive Peoples Complaints
The Government has launched a new hotline, called Thai Niyom, as a channel to receive complaints from the people around the clock.
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