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February 25th, 2007
Dr Chachanat Thebtaranonth of the National Science and Technology Development Agency told me the other day that the agency is seeking an initial budget of Bt582 million from the government to build two additional science parks, in the Northeast and the South, to increase Thailand's international competitiveness.
According to the National Science and Technology Development Plan (2004-2013), science parks will help create an environment in which four core technologies - information and communications technology, biotechnology, material technology and nanotechnology - can be utilised in clusters of national innovation systems to increase the country's economic potential and international competitiveness.
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