Considering the rich diversity of Asian cultures found nowhere else but in Thailand, it may be advantageous for the Thai economists to guide (even through media) a more focused or increased cross border trade plan within Asia that would not only encourage reduced cross border tension, but also highlight Thailand's enriching mix of talented minds (from all over Asia) as potentially The basis of a cultural and spiritual hub of all Asia, which Thailand already is.
Such is the state of my political, economic and religious ignorance. But we do say `Amazing Thailand` because culture is amazing here. Like nowhere else in Asia, the spiritual mesh of many faiths in god is unique, so we should constantly remind ourselves of how Thailand helps to make Asia a unified Asia preventing major cross border wars from erupting.
Bearing in mind the unavoidable fact that corruption exists everywhere on earth, I strongly believe such a Realistic prestigious position raised for a strong and hardy look at cross border trade would encourage local government guidance and control of Thailand to be more for the people to sustain this growing Jewel of Asia.
Today, with a still healthy bank of Thailand, (despite political upheaval) I believe there may be room for much improvement from within the Asean coalition.
Increased border trade can redirect border conflict?
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