Recently Thailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck Shinatwatra launched an anti-corruption campaign of her government. Her pledges are timely, especially when Thailand is seeking foreign trade and investments.
The shift of commitment, from the previous government’s careless, and often futile calls to eradicate corrupted practices to a more energetic declaration. The obvious difference was the former Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva had never won the support of the majority and thus his vision was flawed in the eyes of the masses.
The main problem of corruption in Thailand is its corroding effects on economic growth and community-building.
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