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Need help with my writing homework on Globalization and Liberalization Policies in Thailand. Write a 1250 word paper answering;
Need help with my writing homework on Globalization and Liberalization Policies in Thailand. Write a 1250 word paper answering; It borders Laos and Myanmar at the north, Laos and Cambodia at the east, Malaysia at the south Andaman Sea and Myanmar at the west. Thailand's population is mainly a mixture of Thai, Chinese, and Malay origin. Most of the Thailand people are Buddhists and because of that, the Thai culture is related to India and China mainly. Thailand is a country which is having a reasonably good economy because of tourism and export revenue. The current global economic crisis has least affected the Thai economy. But the main problems with Thailand are political unrest. This report is prepared in order to help my company in exploring the business prospects in Thailand
Thailand is one of the rarest countries in the world which follows a constitutional monarchy with King Bhumibol Adulyadej as the supreme authority of the country. A constitutional monarchy is a form of government in which a King acts as head of state within a written or unwritten constitution. It differs from an absolute monarchy with respect to power. In absolute monarchy, the king holds the supreme authority and functions independently without the barriers of a constitution. Though in constitutional monarchy countries, the King should honor the constitution, in Thailand, the King enjoys supreme power just like the king in an absolute monarchy country.
Thailand politics has witnessed a lot of conflicts after the constitution amendment in 2007. The main parties in the current conflict are Prime Ministers Samak Sundaravej’s Peoples Power Party (PPP) and the opposition party Peoples Alliance for Democracy (PAD). PPP has won the recent general election conducted in December 2007 and tried to amend the 2007 constitution. In their opinion the 2007 constitution was a dictatorial constitution. PAD was not ready to change the current 2007 constitution. They were afraid that the ruling PPP government has some hidden agenda in changing the constitution. .