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Rise in Government Initiatives to Drive the K-12 Education Market in Thailand Through 2020, Says Technavio

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Thai Union backs government initiative to help Thai aquaculture farmers

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Thailand plans to track tourists’ phones using special Sim cards

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Thailand votes by public referendum – to make its government even less accountable to the people

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Land reform needed to fight inequality

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Karmic borrowing: Micro-lending based on good deeds

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Thailand’s Economy Expected to Grow 2.5 Percent in 2016

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Why Thailand’s War on Poverty is Entering a Critical Stage

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We don’t do sex work because we are poor, we do sex work to end our poverty

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Thailand facing worst water shortage in two decades – government

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Mekong River diverted into Thailand’s waterways, worrying drought-stricken neighbours like Vietnam

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Thailand to ramp up national broadband services

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The Thai village using poop to power homes

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Understanding the Thai renewable energy market

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Thailand’s 281 MW solar agreement could unlock $500m investment

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Solar power in Thailand: Even households to sell energy to the govt

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A life full of riches! The story of a farang man who lives like a rural Thai

Somnuek Hongthong, 67, rides his motorbike pass a rice field in Sing Buri Province, Thailand, February 1, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha

Thai government’s $7 billion efforts to help rural economy fall flat

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Chicken farm slavery complaint highlights labour challenges for Thailand

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Crisis in Philippines higher education

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Thai Education: Problems with the System

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Thailand: Education Ministry to set up special panel to put problematic universities into line

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What Thailand can teach the world about universal healthcare

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Sex-trafficking ring forced hundreds of Thai women to ‘live a nightmare’ in US

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Thailand health ministry confirms 2 cases of Zika-linked microcephaly

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Thailand Makes Its Bid to be Southeast Asian Food Ingredients Hub

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Tourism + Climate Change = Famous Thai Islands Closed

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Thailand: Air quality levels in Chiang Mai reaches unhealthy levels

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Thai elephant attack puts spotlight on abuses in animal tourism trade

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What Natural Disasters Could You Experience in Thailand?

LETANGKU, TAK, THAILAND - 2000/03/01: Elephants on their way to the jungle. The Talakon, who are isolated from the outside world, use the elephants as their main carrier.. (Photo by Thierry Falise/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Elephant Ride Tourist Death In Thailand Prompts Call From World Animal Protection To Cease ‘Cruel’ Practice

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Thailand’s ecotourism hot spots: a quick guide to sustainable travel in the Land of Smiles

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Thai municipalities strive for disaster resilience

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Thailand – Bangkok Streets Flooded After 200mm of Rain

What Natural Disasters Could You Experience in Thailand?

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Twilight of the king

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What just happened to education in Thailand?

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The quest of public participation in Thailand

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Officials mull waste management policies in Phuket

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Phuket officials test Patong’s brown beach water for pollution

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Trouble in paradise: Thailand and the expatriate experience

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Agro-processing products and local tourism

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Thai farmers launch (bee) sting operation to stop elephants

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Fighting Thailand’s drought with biodiversity

A sugar cane worker poses while working in a field at Pakchong district in Ratchaburi province, Thailand March 22, 2016. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Drought hits Thai sugar, next year’s crop dying

Rice farmers attend a government workshop training program for alternative crops amidst a drought in the Sangkaburi district of Chainat province, Thailand, on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2016. *** SECOND SENTENCE HERE *** Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg

Rice Is Out, Beans Are in as Thailand’s Farmers Return to School