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Thailand's Ports Still Operating Normally Despite Mayhem

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

December 3, 2013

Thai political demonstrator 2007: Photo in public domain

Thai political demonstrator 2007: Photo in public domain

In spite of rising political tension expressed in Bangkok rioting, government sources state that all official services, including Customs and port authorities, are working as normal, reports ship services supplier GAC.

However, according to reports in the local press, anti-government protesters are now targeting the Metropolitan Police Bureau, Government House and Parliament and other state offices could face rallies. Protests in other provinces are also possible.

These protests, inform GAC, may have an impact on operations such as customs clearance, transportations and other services provided by affected state agency offices.

Source: GAC

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