Doing Business In...Bangkok: More than just Temples

by Anonymous,

Serial Information: Worldwide Projects, 1993, Vol. 1, Issue 3, Pg. 42-44

Document Type: Feature article


Traffic is the most notorious problem afflicting foreign visitors, though air pollution and the enforcement of building codes (in the wake of a provincial hotel collapse in mid-1993) are causing concern as well. The city has an abundance of good hotels, several of which are discussed, and office buildings continue to be constructed even in the face of a real-estate glut.

Subject Headings: Commercial buildings | Air pollution | Traffic management | Air traffic | Building codes | Real estate | Religious buildings

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