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Thai Economic Situation Continues to Improve
Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha stated that the Thai economy continued to improve and that it has experienced gradual recovery from various uncertainties, especially the global economic slowdown.
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Bangkok Remains Top Destination in Asia Pacific
Bangkok remains the most visited destination in Asia Pacific, in terms of visitor numbers, according to the Mastercard Asia-Pacific Destinations Index, which analyzes travel journeys across 171 Asia Pacific destinations in 22 countries.
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Safety Thailand Campaign to Reduce Disaster Risks
Thailand has stepped up a campaign to create a culture of safety in order to deal effectively with various forms of disasters and reduce damage and the loss of life and property.
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Radio Asia 2017 Highlights
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Provincial Electricity Authority Striving to Achieve Excellence in Governance
In the area of public sector reform, all state agencies in Thailand have been improving their management by adhering to good governance. The Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA), a state enterprise under the Ministry of Interior, attaches great importance to the principles of good governance and has declared its policy on excellence in governance.
Labor Reform in Line with the 20-Year National Strategy
The Ministry of Labor is conducting a reform in line with the 20-year National Strategy, which seeks to develop and empower human capital, since human resource development is emphasized to cope with changes in the future.
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Great Emphasis Placed on Thailand Plus One Policy
The Thai government has placed great emphasis on the Thailand Plus One policy, aimed at stimulating and attracting fresh injections of funds from international investors, who are keen to use Thailand as a regional base to tap into the ASEAN Economic Community market.
Anti-Corruption Policy of the Department of Public Works and Town and Country Planning
The Department of Public Works and Town and Country Planning is an agency under the supervision of the Ministry of Interior. It has stepped up efforts to promote good governance, with an emphasis on providing opportunities for public participation to ensure transparency in its operations.
People Most Satisfied with the Governments Anti-Corruption Performance
An opinion poll shows that people are most satisfied with the Governments anti-corruption performance. The poll was conducted by Suan Dusit University among 1,119 people in all parts of the country, from 18 to 22 April 2017.
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Promoting Street Food in Bangkok
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) and other agencies are working together to ensure that Bangkok continues to offer locals and tourists healthy street food that conforms to universal hygienic standards.
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Construction of the Futurium Project
The Government is ready to support the Futurium project and develop it as a new learning center for children and youth, as well as the general public, to create innovations and inventions, in response to the demands of the country.
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Labor Networks against Corruption at the Provincial Level
The Ministry of Labor has launched a project to develop the potential of labor networks in fighting corruption at the provincial level, with the promotion of public awareness against graft.
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National Anti-Corruption Strategy Being Translated into Action
All government agencies have been translating the National Anti-Corruption Strategy, Phase Three, 2017-2021, into action, in line with the current 12th National Economic and Social Development Plan and the 20-year National Strategy.
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Government to Push More Rubber Use by Launching TH-TYRE project
The Rubber Authority of Thailand, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, has unveiledPracharath Tire under the brand "TH-TYRE, which are tires containing morenatural rubber from trees, to support the increasing use of rubber in the country, in order to raise the rubber price and improve the income of rubber farmers.
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Thai People Urged to Alleviate Disaster Risks through Greenhouse Gas Reduction
Thai people have been urged to join hands in reducing greenhouse gas emissions through various activities in their daily life. Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha cited greenhouse gas emissions as a major condition leading to disasters.
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Department of Provincial Administration Lays Out Guidelines against Corruption
The Department of Provincial Administration has laid out guidelines for its officials at all levels to deal effectively with corruption, which is regarded as one of the biggest threats to the well-being of various communities.
Thailand Hosts RadioAsia 2017 Conference
More than 300 radio media practitioners, policy makers, and academics across the Asia-Pacific region and beyond will gather in Bangkok for the RadioAsia 2017 Conference, to be held from 26 to 28 April.
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Digital Park and Digital Community Projects
The Government will launch two major projects in a move to adopt digital technology for economic and social development. One of the projects is the establishment of the Digital Park Thailand. The other one seeks to enable digital communities to generate more income through e-commerce.
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Or Tor Kor in Bangkok on the List of the Worlds Best Markets
Bangkoks Or Tor Kor Market, operated by the Marketing Organization for Farmers, has been ranked fourth among the top ten fresh markers in the world by CNN. Its ranking came after markets in Spain, Japan, and the United States.
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Drought Conditions in 2017 Not Severe
Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives General Chatchai Sarikulya stated that the drought problem in 2017 was less severe than the conditions that occurred in 2016, owing to the efficient management of water resources, in accordance with the Strategic Plan on Water Resource Management, 2015-2026.
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