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Justice, but at what price?

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It is no secret that Thailand has been stuck in a protracted colour-coded political conflict for more than six years without any sign of when this conflict will ever be resolved or eased. It is also no secret that all attempts at national reconciliation have become bogged down simply because the opposing key players in the conflict are unable to sit together at the same table to resolve their differences in a mature and reasonable manner without pointing accusatory fingers at one another. 

The political quagmire which Thailand has created for itself has sapped the country's ability to move forward both politically and economically.

Ask any foreign investor about what their main concern is about investing or doing business in Thailand, and the most common answer is political instability as a result of the long-standing conflict.

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