Graduate School, Sripatum University, organizes Burmese language learning training Hope to pave the way for learning Open the door to the ASEAN Econom

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"Ming Ba Ba" or "Hello", "Jesuit Bada" or "Thank you very much", "Quin Lo Ba," or "Sorry". "Look at the airport as one of the Burmese languages that we often hear. Often Which many people are learning to adapt to the ASEAN Economic Community

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With a dynamic university of Sripatum University College of Graduate Studies in Management Sriprathum university Therefore joined with College of Logistics and Supply Chain Open class With training Learning Myanmar language for communication By being honored by two special speakers For college, logistics and supply chain students, faculty, personnel and interested people to listen

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In order to increase business opportunities with language and culture and learn "know him, know us" armed with open doors to the job market and the ASEAN Economic Community After completing the training Assistant Professor Dr. Tharinee Maneesri, Dean of the College of Logistics and Supply Chain Gave souvenirs to the speakers to show their appreciation at the Convention Room 1, 4th floor, Building 11, Sripatum University, Bangkok (Bang Khen)

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Dr. Uthai Rat Muangsa, Assistant Dean for Student Activities and Special Affairs And Director of Master of Management Program As a responsible person, the project said that entering the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) at the end of 2015 resulted in ASEAN becoming an important market. Especially the CLMV countries (Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam), with many factors such as continued economic growth in the region Low-cost labor Having abundant natural resources Government policy implementation In terms of free trade Establishment of a business center And adding various investment benefits To investors

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For geography, CLMV countries are located in the heart of the ASEAN region. Which is the connection point of major trade routes from all corners of the world. In addition, the CLMV countries are continuously planning, developing and improving infrastructure with support from superpowers such as Japan, China, the United States, Germany. Allowing CLMV countries to be suitable for entrepreneurs to move production bases to reduce costs As well as being a region with high market expansion opportunities

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The College has realized that importance. Therefore held the Burmese language training program for Students, faculty, staff, and interested people join the project. To promote and develop skills in using Burmese language Which will enable Burmese language skills from Thai entrepreneurs who have been doing business for a long time in Republic of the Union of Myanmar And learned the arts and culture of Myanmar As well as being able to use the knowledge and experience that has been effectively used in studying or working effectively Dr. Uthai Rat said

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