Vol. II No. 40 - Saturday October 4 - October 10, 2003
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Authorities pursuing 100 more riverbank dispute cases

Owners being asked to demolish illegal constructions

Following the social order decrees from the Thaksin Shinawatra government, 24 cases of riverbank encroachment are being heard in the judicial system. These have covered mostly hotels, residences and restaurants on both the riverbanks of the Mae Ping with most being sued for invasion and misappropriation of public property and destroying the river’s natural environment.

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NEWS

Panda pandering continues



FEATURES
SPORT

The Amari Family Fun Rally was its usual great success

For the 7th consecutive year, the Amari Rincome Hotel, in cooperation with the Angkhang Nature Resort, jointly organized the famous Family Fun Rally last weekend.

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Cricket to the Max

120 young grade 6 cricketers enjoyed a very full day of Sawasdee cricket at Baan Saimoon School in Hang Dong last Saturday when 12 teams played 16 games over 6 hours.

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BUSINESS
TRAVEL & TOURISM
2003 Motor Expo expected to boost car sales to record high

Total sales of automobiles are very likely to break a record this year, given the industry’s recovery and continued economic growth, according to an industry executive.

Kwanchai Papaspong, Chairman of International Media, organizer of 2003 Motor Expo, said, “The auto industry had recovered along with the economic growth. With the rejuvenation, total sales of vehicles this year are projected to hit a record high.”

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Malaysian Tourism and Trade presentation at Westin Chiang Mai

H.E. Dato’ Syed Norulzaman, the Malaysian ambassador, visited Chiang Mai to show business and travel industry representatives the immense potential Malaysia has to offer.

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