Vol. II No. 50 - Saturday December 13 - December 19, 2003
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Economic Quadrangle Seminar - Cooperation for regional success

All the ceremony, but enough of the substance?

The Economic Quadrangle Seminar was held at the Empress Hotel on December 7-8, to a full and enthusiastic house of visiting dignitaries and business people. This seminar is an annual forum and workshop for the Economic Quadrangle Project, consisting of ten Chambers of Commerce of Northern Thailand plus those of Yunnan China, Laos, and Myanmar, all nations along the Mekong River.

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Victory over drugs announced on December 3 by PM Thaksin


Nimmanhaeminda Art and Design Promenade

Showing the true spirit of Chiang Mai

This year’s Nimmanhaeminda Art & Design Promenade, the fourth time this event has been held, opened with a huge crowd in attendance. It was a mixture of entertainment and business in the cozy Soi 1, and not so crowded this year as participating booths were limited to 80, compared to the 87 from last year.

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Chiangmai Bike Week 2003 - a roaring success?

The bikers all enjoyed it. Residents??

Living in Chiang Mai, one is used to see many motorcycles and Vespas, but one rarely has the opportunity to see, and hear, hundreds of big bikes, such as Harleys and BMWs.

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German Asia-Pacific Association delegates visit Lamphun and Lampang

The German Asia-Pacific Association investment group, having visited northern Thailand during the first week of December 2003, was very impressed with the quality and the professionalism they experienced during their introduction tour, with organizers having arranged for a variety of foreign investors to meet with the investigating representatives.

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Orient Thai launches low cost flights from Bangkok to Chiang Mai

‘One-Two-Go’ on Orient Thai for B 999

Orient Thai Airline has followed the call of Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, helping Chiang Mai become the aviation hub of the North, and making air travel more affordable.

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