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Thailand’s Commerce Minister, Jurin Laksanawisit, has welcomed the re-opening of 2 border checkpoints in the southern province of Narathiwat, saying it will boost trade with Malaysia. Both the Tak Bai and Buketa checkpoints re-opened yesterday, with Jurin predicting an increase of at least 600 million baht a year in bilateral trade between Thailand and Malaysia. The Bangkok Post reports that Jurin plans to accelerate talks aimed at re-opening border checkpoints between Thailand and Cambodia too. The minister says re-opening the Tha Sen and Ban Nong Ian checkpoints, in the eastern provinces of Trat and Sa Kaeo respectively, would boost bilateral […]

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