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Thai people love Taiwan as a place to work, travel: Thai article
Bangkok, April 24 (CNA) Thai people are keen on working in or visiting Taiwan because of its friendly environment, a mass circulation Thai-language daily newspaper has said.
Citing Thai Ministry of Labor statistics, the Kom Chad Luek said that of 153,264 Thais working overseas, nearly half, or 74,240, are in Taiwan, while most of the rest are scattered around Israel, Japan, South Korea and Singapore.
The preference to work in Taiwan, the paper said, is because Taiwan has brought in Thai workers for a long time, and most of them are familiar with Taiwan's working environment.
Another important factor is the friendly attitude of Taiwanese people and employers, the paper said.
Thai people have also become fond of traveling to Taiwan on vacation, with Thai visitors to Taiwan growing by 60 percent over the past year.
Taiwan is the second favorite overseas destination of Thai tourists, trailing only Japan, because Taiwan has a rich assortment of goods and delicious food and is cheaper than Japan.
(Courtesy of CNA)
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