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Number of dead in Thailand’s clashes rises to 23

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The number of fatalities from last Saturday’s violent clashes between the government’s security forces and red-clad anti-government protesters here has risen to 23, with 195 persons remaining in hospital, according to a statement issued by Erawan Medical Centre early Wednesday.

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The statement said of the total 195 wounded now being treated at 15 hospitals in the Thai capital, 14 are now under close  doctors’ supervision in intensive care units.

Emergency services said earlier the number of wounded from the day-long confrontation and clashes at Ratchadamnoen Avenue was 863 persons, including more than 200 soldiers.

via Number of dead in clashes rises to 23; Investigators to meet Friday.

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ASEAN economies poised for robust recovery with 6% real GDP growth in 2021

The six largest ASEAN nations (Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam) are expected to witness positive real GDP growth rates in 2021 according to Global Data

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Receding daily COVID-19 cases, rollout of vaccines, increased spending by the governments along with easing of monetary restrictions will help revive the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN*) economies in 2021 with their real GDP forecasted to rise by 6%, says GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

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Thailand new coronavirus cases -59- down to two digits

Of the new cases, 28 were exposed to the virus while visiting high-risk areas. The province with the highest number of infections is Bangkok (10), followed by Samut Sakhon (7).

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Thailand confirmed 59 new coronavirus cases and one additional death on Wednesday, taking its total infections to 12,653 and fatalities to 71, the first day Covid infections are down to two digits since the beginning of the second Covid-19 outbreak in the country in December.

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Alibaba Initiates $3Bln Partnership with Thai Gov in Support of Thailand 4.0

This is probably the first major milestone for Thailand 4.0 economic plan to upgrade Thai economy : a major commitment of a big private investor

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The e-commerce giant’s executive chairman, Jack Ma, was in Thailand this week and has become the first big name to join Thailand’s plan to upgrade its economy known as Thailand 4.0. (more…)

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