Last Friday, the Thai state released a newly drafted national constitution intended to lead the country back to democracy. The constitution's drafting process has been widely criticised, and has also suffered what some believe is a deliberate delay during which the military junta, which staged a coup in 2014, remains in power.

At a Thai Belgian business forum hosted by the The Thailand Board of Investment in Brussels last Monday, Minister/Deputy Head of Mission to the EU Chulamanee Chartsuwan...

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