Vol. II No. 11 Saturday 15 March - 21 March 2003
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Townspeople take the anti-drug war to the streets

Ten thousand Chiang Mai people paraded along the main city streets to demonstrate their fight against drugs and then gathered at the Thapae Gate to swear an oath against drugs. Organized by the Chiang Mai Municipality and Chiang Mai Members of Parliament, the event was led by mayor Boonlert Buranapakorn and MP Pakorn Buranapakorn.

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NEWS

Doi Inthanon National Park forest fires declining



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Ecumenical Peace Prayers organized in Chiang Mai

The Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A. Chiang Mai held a special ceremony for peace on March 8, at the same time the Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A. worldwide organized a special day of prayer for peace.

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North meets South in Chiang Mai Swim Meet

The annual North meets South Swim Meet took place last weekend and there were 8 schools competing against each other. They competed for the overall trophy, which for the 2nd year running went to ISB (International School Bangkok).

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BUSINESS
SOCIALS
BoT says economy in good shape but Middle East uncertainty a problem

The public confidence in the North’s business sector is still high, according to the Bank of Thailand (BoT) officials. The outlook for the business sector is expected to be positive, following increased demand and forward purchases, as well as the investment and employment sector which is sound.

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Deputy Minister of Interior Pracha Maleenond (right) presents a certificate of honor to Keatisak (Dang) Saythai (left), vice president of the Chiang Mai Provincial Administration Organization, for his support of and donations to a promotional fund for the welfare of good citizens. The presentation was made at a ceremony held at Thapae Gate grounds in Chiang Mai during the inspection tour and visit of the deputy minister in the north.

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