Thailand hopes to spur innovation with 'digital park'

HIROSHI KOTANI, Nikkei staff writer

BANGKOK -- Thailand's leading mobile operator, True Corp., plans to set up an industrial park for major information technology and venture companies in the Thai capital in mid-2018.

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