A Chinese company, Yitoa Shenzhen, and a Thai firm, Supreme Distribution, have won the latest bidding contest under the One Tablet Per Child project to supply a total of 1.22 million units worth combined 2.8 billion baht to students in three regions.
The e-auction organised by the Office of the Basic Education Commission (Obec) on Friday involved four zones. Median prices varied in each zone.
The Chinese firm won the contract for the first and second zones and the Thai company won the third zone, Obec announced.
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