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PM Delivers Smart City Logos To 15 Cities In 14 Provinces


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by Namo Vananupong

BANGKOK (NNT) - Smart Cities logos have been given to 15 cities in 14 provinces in order to promote their capacities to attract investment from the public and private sectors. The success of these cities in developing into Smart Cities will benefit some 16 million people.


Prime Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha said the cities receiving the logos have played crucial roles in advancing city development and optimizing the use of resources. These undertakings help to improve people’s quality of life.


Gen. Prayut also thanked all sectors for having heeded the national strategy calling for the concrete development of smart cities. He noted work on this front was in compliance with the principles established by the Smart City Steering Committee. Said principles pertain to the establishment of the scope and aim of smart cities as well as physical and digital infrastructure planning. The principles also pertain to city database development, the provision of services in 7 aspects, and sustainable city management.


The prime minister added he observed positive changes in the smart cities during his visits to the provinces. Said provinces include but are not limited to Phuket, Khon Kaen, Chiang Mai, Rayong, and Chonburi. Gen. said people’s incomes have risen while management and development of the smart cities there have yielded tangible results.


He noted he expects work to be expanded so the smart cities ecosystem may reach other provinces and generate added value throughout the country.


According to the prime minister, connected development will bring about income and progress without leaving anybody behind. He noted, however, that local identities and ways of life need to be considered in the process.


Source: https://thainews.prd.go.th/en/news/detail/TCATG230110093433541


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3 hours ago, webfact said:

Smart Cities logos have been given to 15 cities

The success of these cities in developing into Smart Cities 

They are not Smart Cities yet, but let's give them the logo anyway.

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Smart logos from the dumbest Muppet in the country just about sums it up.

As for progress and leaving nobody behind tell that to all the citizens who lost their jobs because of his lack of action in the last 9 years, apart from buying submarines with no engines etc...

The unelected usurper should remain in his free bunker, never to be seen or heard of again.

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What a load of empty words......


"national strategy calling for the concrete development of smart cities"

well at least there is more concrete to see than in the past......

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5 hours ago, herfiehandbag said:

So, which Cities are they?


Yup, need to avoid them.


I like dumb!

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