Is Thailand no longer an agricultural country? Many people believe so and they have the statistics to prove their point. I beg to differ.
But listen to their statistics first.
How can Thailand be an agricultural country, they argue, when agriculture accounts for only 8.4% of the gross domestic product, as opposed to the industrial sector, which accounts for 39.2% of the GDP, and the service sector 24.9%.
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