When will the Thai capital get back to normal?

Bali: There is a sense of euphoria, and people are celebrating the return of the capital to normalcy.

A massive government shutdown last year had left the city with a huge burden on the healthcare system.

But there has been no major breakdown, and many people are optimistic that the government will be able to get the country back to the way it was in the early days of the shutdown.

The shutdown has been a major issue in recent months, with both the government and the protesters being accused of running roughshod over people’s rights.

The protests have been the focus of a recent UN-backed peace process.

The peace deal has been backed by the United States, Britain and France.

This week, President Moktar Abu Bakar said the peace deal would go ahead if the government “finally pays attention to the people.”

He also reiterated the country’s demand for more than $3 billion in aid for the healthcare and education systems.

In a speech, Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim announced the creation of an emergency fund to help pay for the health system.

The money will be used to help the public and private sector, according to the government.

This is important because the healthcare sector needs $2 billion for the budget.

However, the country is still running a budget deficit of about $10 billion a month.

The government hopes to get a new budget in place by the end of this month.

While this is good news, the budget deficit has also contributed to the financial hardship faced by the people.

The country is now struggling to pay back debt to private lenders.

The IMF has been pressing for the country to reduce its public debt to the lowest level in the world, at just $1.6 trillion.

The United States has also warned that the country should cut back on spending and boost taxes.

A large portion of the $3.2 billion will be directed at the healthcare budget, with a total of $1 billion for public hospitals.

The remaining $2.6 billion will go to education.

The plan to boost taxes has been criticised by many, including the World Bank, which has warned that tax revenue could be used for public projects like roads and dams.

The UN-supported peace deal is expected to go ahead as planned.

The World Bank also wants to boost the value of the Thai baht, the official currency, by 50 percent.

The devaluation has also caused the country some pain in terms of trade, with exports to the United Kingdom and France dropping by $6.5 billion.

Thailand’s currency is currently worth about $1,500 a Thai bahn.

However the country has also been hit hard by the international financial crisis, with the country having to import a large amount of food from neighbouring Cambodia, which accounts for more of its imports than exports.

The Thai government has announced that it will implement a new currency in an attempt to regain some of the lost competitiveness and international support that it lost during the shutdown last summer.

However a recent survey by the World Economic Forum showed that there was no movement towards any major change in the current currency system.

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