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NCPO boosts China trade ties

Prayuth warns against ‘Hunger Games’ salute

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  • Writer: Wassana Nanuam, Patsara Jikkham and Anucha Charoenpo
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Junta chief Prayuth Chan-ocha has assured Chinese investors that an interim government will be installed within three months as he sought to shore up economic ties on Friday. 

National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) chief Prayuth Chan-ocha greets Chinese businessmen during a meeting at the army headquarters yesterday. Gen Prayuth assured them that a new interim government can be expected in three months and that Thailand and China will remain key strategic partners.

The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) chief was speaking during a meeting with key Chinese banking and industrial sector representatives at army headquarters in Bangkok.

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