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    Seminar On 'thailand And The New Economic Powers Of Asia'

    THAILAND BANGKOK BANK AND INSTITUTE OF ASIAN STUDIES HOST SEMINAR ON 'THAILAND AND THE NEW ECONOMIC POWERS OF ASIA'
    November 17, 2006 Friday

    Bangkok Bank, in association with the Bualuang SME Club and Institute of Asian Studies Chulalongkorn University, will host a seminar on 'Thailand and the New Economic Powers of Asia' next week.
    Keynote speakers will include academics and experts on the economies of Thailand, China and India. The seminar aims to provide attendees with information and ideas regarding investment opportunities, trading, tourism and finance in Asia's newest economic powers.
    Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industries, Mr. Kosit Panpiemras, will preside over the opening of the seminar along with the President of Bangkok Bank, Mr. Chartsiri Sophonpanich, and the Director of Institute of Asian Studies Prof. Dr. Supang Chantavanich.
    Presentations will include a keynote address by Assoc. Prof. Sompop Manarungsan, advisor to the Chinese Studies Center, Institute of Asian Studies Chulalongkorn University, titled 'China and India : The New Economic Powers of Asia'; and a presentation by Deputy Permanent Secretary for Commerce, Mr. Pisanu Rienmahasarn, titled 'The Thai-Chinese Economic Link'.
    The seminar will be held on the 30th floor of Bangkok Bank's Silom Road Head Office from 13.30-16.30 p.m. on November 20. People who are interested in attending can reserve a seat at the seminar through Bangkok Bank's SME Group by phoning 0-2626-3629-30.
    In September, Bangkok Bank donated Baht three million to establish the 'Chin Sophonpanich Fund' for the Chinese Studies Center, Institute of Asian Studies at Chulalongkorn University. The fund supports the publication of academic articles and research papers, and seminars and other activities related to Chinese studies. - This press release was issued on November 13, 2006
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    This is a sympathy reply to get you off a golden duck

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    bolloks to that - just give me some greenies

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    begging is just so unbecoming.
    red may well be delivered soon.

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    Another sympathy reply to get you closer to the century..

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    Quote Originally Posted by William
    Keynote speakers will include academics and experts on the economies of Thailand, China and India. The seminar aims to provide attendees with information and ideas regarding investment opportunities, trading, tourism and finance in Asia's newest economic powers.
    Just wait this bit is actually quite interesting!

    Errr...no it isn't!

    Has anyone managed to read the whole article yet, if so, could they tell me what it's about?

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