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Unclear election results will not affect Thai port developments

No single party has yet emerged as the clear winner from Thailand’s first general election in eight years. But analysts say this unsurprising election outcome will not put back Laem Chabang Port’s phase three development or that of Map Ta Phut Industrial Port, both part of the incumbent government’s flagship Eastern Economic Corridor initiative

Infrastructure-focused EEC initiative comprising two port developments is not likely to face opposition from major political parties, say analysts

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