Saturday, October 13, 2007

Education And Economic Status Of Thailand

Education in Thailand has been given its highest premium by its government. It has achieved its greatest progress throughout the years since 2001. Thailand's government has always been proud of the turnout computer literacy rates among pupils and students all throughout the country. Moreover, there has already been a widespread use of the English language in schools and universities.

Thailand, after enjoying its recognition as the world's highest economic growth rate from 1985 to 1996, has been considered a newly industrialized country. Thailand's economy continues to boost because of strong exports. The country's exports has reached to an increasing value of over $105 billion worth of products and services annually. Exports vary, but are not limited to, rice, agricultural products, rubber, jewelry, textiles and footwear, automobiles, computers and electrical appliances.

5 comments:

  1. its great that thailand is now seen to be leading in education. this is a great example for the rest of the world. Lucille Church

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  2. Thailand is a good country. its leaders are upright and just. they always aim high for thailand.

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  3. Wow! Go thailand!

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  4. Amazing thailand. i just wish thailand has states too so they can extend their expertise among other lands.

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  5. that wouldnt happen. just wish beverly. it wouldnt happen, that thailand will have states.

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