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    Maybe AEC should stand for Asean English Competence

    Business, Niall Sinclair, Published on 01/11/2016

    » English is not the most spoken primary language in the world; that would be Mandarin Chinese. But when you consider the number of countries where it is either an official language or one in regular use, every other language is a very distant second. More than half of the world's countries use English every day. Ten of those countries, including Thailand, form the Asean Economic Community (AEC), a community of 630 million that has adopted English as its common day-to-day language.

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    2015 Thailand’s top graduate employers

    Special Publications, Published on 07/09/2015

    » Thailand’s Top Graduate Employers (TTGE) was first conducted in 2004. TTGE 2015 is the 5th time the survey has been conducted. The highlight is Thailand’s most reputable companies classified by industry and type of businesses. The main objective of the survey is to benchmark Thailand’s most recognized companies as perceived by new hires and professional audiences. The Employers of Choice survey demonstrated the most preferred firms among career seekers.

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    Bonjour Talents!

    Published on 29/04/2015

    » After the success of Bonjour French Fair, a well-known French consumers' fair at year-end, the Franco-Thai Chamber of Commerce will launch its first Brand & Career fair entitled "<b>Bonjour Talents</b>" [bɔ̃ʒuʀ talã] on Friday 8th May at the Ballroom of the InterContinental Bangkok Hotel (BTS Chidlom) from 10 am to 8 pm.

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    Putting the customer first

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 27/02/2014

    » After three decades in her present job, Rumpa Vichienwan is someone her staff know they can always bank upon. As manager of Bangkok Bank’s Sunthorn Kosa Road branch, she believes in being a hands-on boss and can often be seen assisting tellers manning the public counter whenever she can spare time from her own busy schedule.

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    A classy way to success

    Muse, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 15/02/2014

    » Leading research scientist Wibool Piyawattanametha attributes much of the success he enjoys today to his parents’ dedication towards offering him the best of education during his formative years of growing up in a middle-class family in Bangkok.

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