Shortly after Thailand’s new government seized power in the fall of 2006, the country’s military leaders awarded themselves pay increases of over $9 million per year. At the same time, the government increased its military budget by more than one third, or $1.1 billion, while cutting its public health budget by $12 million. Translation: More […]
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