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New software gives blind people access to the internet in Laos
The government of Laos has teamed up with international organizations to help blind people in Laos gain easier access to information and communication technology through new software.
 
As Thailand is surrounded by neighboring countries that only circulate banknotes, the Royal Thai Mint is eyeing Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam (CLMV) for its regional expansion plan.
 
The Bank of Thailand is closely monitoring the massive flow of bank deposits to higher-return financial instruments as well as some physical assets, fearing that the search for money may cause bubbles in some segments of the economy.
 
Thailand has long served as one of the globe's main rice bowls, but chronic water shortages are pushing the country to move away from a grain that dominates its fields and has defined a way of life for generations.
 
The Thai Ecotourism and Adventure Travel Association (TEATA) is planning activities to encourage solo tourists and young travellers to visit local communities.
 
Thailand's economy is expected to maintain growth momentum this year, with economists projecting a 3.2-3.4 percent growth rate.
 
Thailand's economy is expected to maintain growth momentum this year, with economists projecting a 3.2-3.4 percent growth rate.
 
Thailand's tourism industry is going to be re-branded to transition from being a "cheap" destination to emphasize quality and premium travel.
 
Foreign investment in Thailand plummeted last year, official data showed, the latest sign that the kingdom's once-vibrant economy continues to falter under prolonged military rule.
 
Signs that online businesses will be a big thing this new year are everywhere in Thailand. People are inquiring about cameras that can make "my products look good online." Postal workers, whose careers have been in danger because of email, LINE and other social media tools, are getting busy again.
 
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