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Thailand-China to sign MOU on sciences cooperations

BANGKOK, 6 January 2015 (NNT) – Thailand and China aims to sign the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on scientific cooperation and to gear up on alternative energy, rail, and satellite cooperation, said a government spokesperson.


Prime Minister Office Spokesperson Capt. Yongyut Maiyalap yesterday said that the Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha had welcomed the President of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Bai Chunli, for his visit to Thailand to establish the MOU between the Thailand Research Fund and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

The main content of the MOU is about the study of Thai and Chinese science researches and exchange of researchers in both short term and long term.

The Spokesperson of PM’s Office said that the MOU also includes the discussions of the four urgent matters that will be pushed forward within one year, namely the exchange of knowledge on communication satellites, railroad development, alternative energy, and biodiversity.

He said that the President of Chinese Academy of Sciences is willing to cooperate with Thailand and has accepted the extended proposal for consideration.

Capt. Yongyut Maiyalap also mentioned that the Prime Minister had previously discussed with the President of China Xi Jinping on railroad development, alternative energy, garbage management, rubber, car testing, military and space cooperations, and the three-dimensional map creating for urban zoning.

According to the spokesperson, Thai Prime Minister was interested in purchasing 3,000 megawatts of electricity from China, which is currently under consideration, and had purposed that China buy more ethanol from Thailand as the country now possess a high production capacity.

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Lets hope that Thailand doesn't invent something, the Chinese will steal it , like they tried to do with Japanese techknowledge for their H/S train , ( first time out of Japan) they actually tried to take Japan to court for breach of copyright and tried to patient it as their own.bah.gif

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Lets hope that Thailand doesn't invent something, the Chinese will steal it , like they tried to do with Japanese techknowledge for their H/S train , ( first time out of Japan) they actually tried to take Japan to court for breach of copyright and tried to patient it as their own.bah.gif

I think that largely the Thais are safe.

Invent something? Can they patent coups and lese majeste law?

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