Everyone has dreams. Everyone needs to have a dream, as it is human imagination which lends us the strength to strive and struggle for our betterment and to attempt what we would never imagine possible or achievable.
Ms Yingluck plans to spend 2 trillion baht on infrastructure investments over the next seven years. Thailand’s deep political and ideological divides may prevent her dreams from becoming reality.
Nations are no exception, and it rests with our leaders to envision, articulate and motivate the people in the name of progress. Last week Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra voiced her own dream for Thailand, namely her desire to raise the wealth and well-being for both the country and its people. Her lieutenants offered similar views, with PM's Office Minister Varathep Rattanakorn stressing the need for Thailand to emerge from the "middle-income trap" and Finance Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong emphasising the importance for a balance between growth, income distribution and price stability.
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