Thai Links

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Tourism Authority of Thailand – – The Tourism Authority of Thailand posts statistics, information on the various provinces of Thailand, news and business information. It also offers information about Thailand’s culture, history, festivals, entertainment, shopping and food. This site is also an excellent resource for those planning a trip to Thailand.

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eThailand – – The gateway to detailed information about doing business in and with Thailand. Whether researching business opportunities, seeking information on Thailand’s legal system or looking for advice on the best school for a child the comprehensive nature of this portal means that all the answers are at your fingertips.

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Bangkok Post – – First published on August 1, 1946 as an English Language newspaper aimed at providing information on Thai and World Affairs for Thais educated overseas, and foreign residents in Bangkok. The Post is committed to providing everything that readers will require in the 21st century, and committed to being tomorrow’s newspaper for tomorrow’s Thailand.

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Thai TV Chanel 7 – – Hosted by the Bangkok Broadcasting and TV Co., Ltd. Offers current information on the latest sports, news and entertainment in and around Thailand. This site also provides insight into Buddhism and other aspects of Thai culture, as well as a section for children. Site almost entirely in Thai.

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Chulalongkorn University – – As the first institution of higher learning in Thailand, Chulalongkorn University has evolved largely in response to the changing needs and requirements of the country and its people. During a century, the university has grown in size as well as in interests and activities. In those long years of growth and development, Chulalongkorn University has always maintained its commitment to continuing improvement of the quality of its students, imbuing in them both scholarship and professional competence. The basic goals of the university are to break new ground, search for, uphold and transmit knowledge along with ethical values to university graduates so that they are endowed with conscience and intelligence. Most significant is the knowledge that contributes to the prosperity of individuals and society at large, deriving from diverse academic disciplines which are instrumental in the conduct of livelihoods.

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Thai Visa – – Provides immigration information for persons wishing to visit Thailand. Includes an updated emailing list with Immigration News.

US Embassy – – The United States Mission in Thailand: US Embassy in Bangkok, Consulate in Chiang Mai, United States Information Service

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Miscellaneous Links

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Bayer Thai – – Bayer Thai Co., Ltd., the fully owned subsidiary of Bayer AG in Leverkusen, Germany and core company of the Bayer Group in Thailand, was established in 1962. The company’s structure consists of four business segments following the international organizational pattern : Polymers, Chemicals, Health Care and Agriculture, comprising of all operating business groups, marketing more than 3,000 products in various categories. Bayer Thai manufactures crop protection, household hygiene and animal health products at the production plant in Bangpoo Industral Estate to supply local Asia markets. In Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate the 100% daughter of Bayer Thai named Bayer Polymers Co., Ltd. Also produces and exports engineering thermoplastics to the region with world scale capacities. Other affiliates include Haarmann & Reimer (Thailand) Co., Ltd., as a regional manufacturing base – producing tantalum and niobium powders out of the plant in Map Ta Phut. The Bayer Group in Thailand is the largest German investor for the time being in the country. The latest expansion is a polycarbonate (Makrolon) producing plant, which has come on-stream with its first phase in September 1999 while further expansions are on the way.