A view of Bangkok’s port along the Chao Phraya River at sunset on June 2. Thailand has been promoting its homegrown Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (SEP) as an alternative approach to achieving UN Sustainable Development Goals. Photo: Reuters A view of Bangkok’s port along the Chao Phraya River at sunset on June 2. Thailand has been promoting its homegrown Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (SEP) as an alternative approach to achieving UN Sustainable Development Goals. Photo: Reuters
A view of Bangkok’s port along the Chao Phraya River at sunset on June 2. Thailand has been promoting its homegrown Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (SEP) as an alternative approach to achieving UN Sustainable Development Goals. Photo: Reuters
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Letters | Thailand offers the world an empowering philosophy of sustainable growth

  • Thailand’s Sufficiency Economy Philosophy supports neighbouring countries to attain economic security, food security and self-sufficiency
  • The success of SEP projects also contributes towards peace, prosperity and closer people-to-people ties, which can apply to cooperation with countries beyond the region

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A view of Bangkok’s port along the Chao Phraya River at sunset on June 2. Thailand has been promoting its homegrown Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (SEP) as an alternative approach to achieving UN Sustainable Development Goals. Photo: Reuters A view of Bangkok’s port along the Chao Phraya River at sunset on June 2. Thailand has been promoting its homegrown Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (SEP) as an alternative approach to achieving UN Sustainable Development Goals. Photo: Reuters
A view of Bangkok’s port along the Chao Phraya River at sunset on June 2. Thailand has been promoting its homegrown Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (SEP) as an alternative approach to achieving UN Sustainable Development Goals. Photo: Reuters
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