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Plodprasop pushes water plans for Northeast, South

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Deputy Prime Minister Plodprasop Suraswadi plans to launch two projects worth about 200 billion baht to help manage droughts and floods across the country. 

The plan, which could come about within the next three years, would divert water from the Mekong River to vast tracts of the Northeast.

It would also build dykes in southern coastal areas to prevent flooding caused by high sea levels.

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