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TAT upbeat on Chinese New Year despite turmoil

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The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) says the outlook for Chinese New Year remains promising and the celebrations should generate tourism revenue of at least 11 billion baht. 

Shirts to mark the Year of the Horse are on display in Bangkok’s Chinatown before the celebrations for the Chinese New Year. SEKSAN ROJJANAMETAKUN

It is confident the festival from Jan 24 to Feb 4 will be a success despite the political turmoil in Bangkok.

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