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Sufficiency Economy Philosophy: Thailand’s Path towards Sustainable Development Goals

Sufficiency Economy Philosophy: Thailand’s Path towards Sustainable Development Goals

 

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South - South In Action Sustainability in Thailand Experience for Developing Countries

South - South In Action Sustainability in Thailand Experience for Developing Countries

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A Practical Approach toward Sustainable Development

The Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (SEP) is a decision-making framework that can guide us in living sustainably, using both knowledge and virtues. SEP is based on the principles of moderation, reasonableness and prudence. They translate into appropriate ways to solve problems or take action in different situations.

 

 

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SEP: Thailand's Path Toward Sustainable Development Goals

Thailand's Path Toward Sustainable Development Goals

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SEP Publications and eBooks

Publications and websites for further reading on the application of SEP for SDGs in Thailand

Publications and websites for further reading on the application of SEP for SDGs in Thailand 

SEP Publications and eBooks

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Licensing Facilitation Act

Given on the 16th Day of January B.E. 2558
LICENSING FACILITATION ACT,
B.E. 2558 (2015)
 
BHUMIBOL ADULYADEJ, REX.
Given on the 16th Day of January B.E.

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ASEAN economy will outperform most others, experts say

With the launch of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), the region’s economy will outperform most others in the world over the next decade and Southeast Asia could become the second-largest exporting economy in the world, according to leading bankers who spoke at a seminar in Bangkok last week.
With the launch of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), the region’s economy will outperform most others in the world over the next decade and Southeast Asia could become the second-largest exporting economy in the world, according to leading bankers who spoke at a seminar in Bangkok last week.
 
Usara Wilaipich, senior economist at Standard Chartered Bank in Thailand, said the region’s expanding middle class and large labor force was already attracting significant investment from around the world.

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HSBC exec touts investing in Thailand

Thailand is still one of the most appealing countries for investors interested in Asia because of its planned infrastructure development, their impressive scale and the government’s desire to partner with the private sector, one of the top executives at Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) wrote last week.
Thailand is still one of the most appealing countries for investors interested in Asia because of its planned infrastructure development, their impressive scale and the government’s desire to partner with the private sector, one of the top executives at Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) wrote last week.
 
James Cameron, head of the bank's Project and Export Finance in Asia-Pacific, said “for us and for our international clients, we do not see that [Thailand’s political situation] as being a material factor that is changing our current investment decisi

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