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DVB speaks to former presidential advisor Nay Zin Latt, whose newly formed National Development Party plans to contest 250 seats across the country.
DVB’s Nyo Mar Thet caught up USDP Vice President Htay OO, with the veteran politician expressing total confidence in his party’s ability to win November’s general election.
A Thai government-backed utilities provider is awaiting approval from the Burmese government to launch a new ‘clean-coal’ power plant in Myeik.
The U.S. has decided to keep Thailand on its list of worst human trafficking centres for another year, despite government efforts to stop the trade.