Three Biggest Problems Facing Thailand


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Three Biggest Problems Facing Thailand: AIDS, corruption in government, law, and political unrest
First section: identification and explanation of problems
Issue or problem 1: AIDS
The first significant problem is the specter of AIDS. It is estimated that, because of its booming sex industry, Thailand is a nation near the forefront of countries wracked by AIDS. According to the most recent data, 28,000 Thai died of AIDS in 2009; in the nation of around 66 million, at least 530,000 are living with HIV/AIDS. Thai youth, in particular, are quite vulnerable to the ravages of the disease because awareness is rather low amongst this group (AVERT, 2011).
Issue or problem 2: state corruption
The second problem of note is the gross...
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