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1. news | 12 Apr 2013
» The Pollution Control Department (PCD) has finished drafting a plan to clean up several tracts of land in Tak's Mae Sot district contaminated with cadmium.
2. news | 10 Apr 2013
» A new public bus route was launched on Wednesday to help migrant workers returning home to Myanmar travel from Samut Sakhon to Mae Sot on the border.
3. news | 01 Apr 2013
» Nok Air plans to operate two new routes from Tak's Mae Sot district to Myanmar in preparation for the establishment of the Mae Sot special economic zone and the Asean Economic Community (AEC).
4. learning | 11 Aug 2012
» If you can't afford to fly to another country for your vacation this year, the border town of Mae Sot offers a glimpse of Myanmar at a fraction of the price.
5. learning | 10 Nov 2010
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» The refugees who fled fighting near Mae Sot have largely returned home, but elsewhere more refugees have entered Thailand.
6. news | 11 Apr 2013
» MAHACHAI, SAMUT SAKHON : A new bus route to Tak's Mae Sot was launched yesterday to help transport Myanmar migrant workers and their families to the border more comfortably.
7. learning | 22 Jan 2013
» A special manufacturing & duty free area in Mae Sot (border trade of 30 billion baht last year) to make business connections with the new Myanmar.
8. news | 26 Mar 2013
» TAK - Cross-border trade between Thailand's Mae Sot and Myanmar's Myawaddy is expected to exceed 100 billion baht this year after Myanmar lifted a ban on certain imports and exports.
9. learning | 06 Apr 2010
» In Mae Chai district, in the northern province of Phayao, a group of youngsters from Mae Chai Wittayakom School are trying to get traffic lights installed at their town's Mae Suk junction.
10. news | 05 Apr 2013
» Myanmar government officials have donated more than 320,000 baht to refugees living in the fire-stricken Ban Mae Surin camp in Mae Hong Son province.