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This means that the people of Thailand and other countries can enjoy gambling by exiting Thailand, but without having to enter Cambodia (see Chapter 4). There was one case, however, in which casinos had to be closed as a result of pressure from the neighboring country, which was concerned over the unfavorable social effects. In this case, it was a border city of Myanmar with Daluo of China, Mengla. Mengla is the center of the Fourth Special District, which is an autonomous region captured by the Eastern Shan State Army (ESSA) as a result of a ceasefire agreement with the Myanmar government.
Consequently, the cost by truck is lower in such cases. Second, in the case of land-locked countries/regions, such as Laos and Yunnan Province in China, the development and improvement of cross-border land routes and the liberalization of border procedures promote foreign trade not only with neighboring countries, but also with third countries. However, the liberalization of the cross-border movement of goods can cause negative effects through expanding the development gap between the GMS Middle-income Countries/Regions and the CLM countries.
Chapter 1, “Thailand’s Approach Towards the Management of Migrant Workers” by Michiko Ito, discusses the problems and challenges related to the legalization of migrant workers from the CLM countries to Thailand. To facilitate the cross-border movements of people by bus and those of goods by truck, agreements among the GMS countries on the crossborder movements of vehicles are necessary. ” by Masami Ishida, introduces the history of the formulation of the CBTA, its content, and the Initial Implementation of CBTA (IICBTA) Program.
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