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And the importance of attending fairs.

Director-General of Department of Export Promotion Mrs.Nantawan Sakuntanak said that Department of Export Promotion set to provide training program “Attend Worthily in the Trade Fair”. Manufacturers and exporters will understand of the process attend the show even more clearly. Moreovers, they can exchange ideas with experienced lecturers including techniques and approaches have been suggested to contribute to strategic planning in preparation for attending the exhibition effectively. The seminar will be held on July 28, 2554 at the grand meeting room, Training in international trade, Department of Export Promotion. Ratchadapisek Rd.

To contact the training institute of international trade. Department of Export Promotion Ratchadapisek Road Tel. 02-513-1909 per 360, 687 Fax: 02-513-1904, 02511-5501 or This amount is limited to 60 persons only from now until July 27, 2554.

According to Minister Commercial Mrs.Pornthiwa Nakasai ordered to keep an eye on the border between Thailand – Cambodia after Thailand withdrew from the World Heritage Committee and the Parties to the World Heritage Convention, Director General of Department of Export Promotion Mrs.Nanthawan Sakuntanak said that the current trade between Thailand and Cambodia have not had any effect from conflict areas around the Preah Vihear and the border trade. Thai exporters, Importers and consumers along the Cambodian border trade issues can distinguish and does not bring coherence to a problem.

Public and private sectors, however, must work harder to manage relations with neighboring countries to accelerate the understanding of entrepreneurship in Thailand. In particular, small entrepreneurs or SME’s to understand that as well as the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2558 which ties in both economic and social stability in the region. By the economy, AEC is not the only impact of export and import, but it refers to the movement of capital and workers in the region. It is important that entrepreneurs need to adapt quickly to situations.

Mrs.Jeeranan Wongmongkol, Director of the Office of International Trade held in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Department of Export Promotion, revealed the export value that the imports of goods between Thailand and Cambodia in the first 5 month of the year (January – May 2554) is total more than 32,859 million baht, down 7.55% (1,091 million U.S. dollars, down 0.41%), while the commercial value only in May 2554 that was worth sending. Increased 28.6% representing a total of 7228 million (242.6. Million U.S. dollars), the trade volume from January – April 2554 equals 5885 million 6874 million 7251 million and 5621 million, respectively, an increase of 4.4%, 16.8%, 5.5% and -22.5%, respectively.

U.S. Worry Thailand’s National Elections

Posted by arnon_k On June - 30 - 2011 ADD COMMENTS

Top U.S. Official urge Clinton monitoring The elections to ensure it is free and fair

Denis Kucinich and Ted Poe, two members of U.S. Congress, worry about Thai National Elections to be unfaired after last spring anti-government protest and some unrest political that happend for a decade.

The two officials sent a letter to United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urging she to issue a statement preceding the Thai eletions supporting free and fair elections. Moreovers, they also suggest Clinton to send a team of elecion monitors to help ensure the validity of the results.

How Google+ compares to Facebook

Posted by arnon_k On June - 30 - 2011 ADD COMMENTS

(CNN) — With Tuesday’s debut of Google+, a new social network, comparisons to Facebook are inevitable, and immediate. has yet to demo the service, which lets users gather and organize contacts through such Google products as Gmail and Picasa.

But based on what Google has posted about it online, here are some initial impressions.

Punch for punch, Google+ reproduces some of Facebook’s most popular tools but adds one distinctive function: video chat.

Google refers to the video service as Hangouts. Several friends can join a room, and the live feeds from their webcams appear as separate blocks along the bottom of the window. The main video box shows the person who’s speaking the loudest at any given time. Hangouts can also integrate with Google’s YouTube.

By contrast, Facebook hasn’t made video conferencing available on its website. But the social networking giant has a close relationship with Microsoft, which acquired Skype last month. Recent versions of the Skype desktop software tie into Facebook’s services.

With Hangouts, Google+ has at least one technological advantage over Facebook. But Google’s apparent ambition is not to unseat Facebook right away. Google has set up barriers to fast adoption, as it has done with some of its other products, by only allowing people who have been invited by friends to use Google+.

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When crafting a service to take on Facebook, Google was wise not to ignore what that popular network, with its more than 600 million users, already does well.

Google+ has photo sharing, which places a large emphasis on smartphone usage. For example, photos taken from an Android phone can be automatically dumped into a private folder in the Google+ Web service, a la Apple’s iCloud.

The Circles section in Google+ is like Facebook’s friend lists. Each user can organize friends into categories and limit which group sees which parts of his profile. With Circles, users can more quickly send certain messages to a particular crew, such as siblings or frat buddies, that they wouldn’t want to share with their entire list of contacts.

A Google+ group-messaging feature, similar to Facebook’s newer Messages and Groups products, is called Huddle.

The +1 button, which was previously made available as an optional program for Google account holders, ties this all together, not unlike Facebook’s “Like” button. Clicking +1 on Google search results, embedded on other sites or from within Google+ pages, allows you to share links with friends or selectively with groups of friends.

Unsurprisingly, Google has tapped its prowess in Web search for a section called Sparks. It’s like Google Alerts, for receiving updates on favorite topics. Facebook’s search engine is Microsoft’s Bing, but users of that site can’t subscribe to updates in this way.

The video conferencing ability may be Google’s sharpest edge over Facebook’s current product. However, video chat alone likely won’t spark a mass exodus from Facebook.

Google appears to be rejecting the idea that Google+ is meant to take Facebook head on. Google says its service is for more tight-knit groups, rather than for all types of online interactions.

“The problem is that today’s online services turn friendship into fast food — wrapping everyone in ‘friend’ paper,” Google executive Vic Gundotra writes in a blog post. “We’d like to bring the nuance and richness of real-life sharing to software.”

Eric Schmidt, Google’s executive chairman and former CEO, took a more directed swipe at Facebook last month. At a technology conference, he described the service as catering to “every friend you’ve ever had, including the ones you can’t quite remember.”

Google suggests that it has plenty more to show. The company repeatedly refers to Google+ as a “project,” indicating it will change over time.

“This is just the beginning,” Google said Tuesday. “We’re just getting warmed up, and we’re already pretty excited about what’s coming next.”