May 22, 2013
23 November 2011
The Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers Association has donated Bt100,000 to help support flood victims throughout the country.
The Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers Association (PReMA) recently donated Bt100,000 to the Thai Chamber of Commerce (TCC) to help flood victims. The donation will be used for survival kits which will be distributed to flood victims through Provincial Chambers of Commerce in flood-affected areas throughout Thailand.
Photo shows (from left) representatives of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (TCC) Ms. Onsuda Chaiyapo, Social and Public Department Manager, together with Deputy Executive Director, Ms.Jinda Eiumpongse receiving the donation from Dr. Kitima Yuthavong M.D., Chief Executive Officer and Ms. Supan Wiboonma, Director of Public Communications of the Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers Association (PReMA).
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