BANGKOK – Thailand’s deputy prime minister urged Japan on Tuesday to invest in an east-west railway project.
Newly appointed Somkid Jatusripitak, who is in charge of economic policy, outlined the benefits to be received by building a new East-West rail link in Thailand to more than 500 Japanese businessmen gathered for a forum at Bangkok’s Queen Sirikit convention center.
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