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The Thai language

The linguistic situation of the country which up to a little more than a century ago appeared on maps as Siam and which we now know officially as Kingdom of Thailand («the land of the Thai», the freemen, the majority ethnic group) is particularly complex and is perhaps the result or reflection of a turbulent history that continues today.

The fact is that in Thailand up to ten dialects have been identified, although if we bear in mind that some of these have millions of speakers inside and outside its borders, we will realize that the term is rather restrictive. Moreover, some minority languages are spoken which are not related to Thai, and various sociolects or social and cultural variants, some of which are not even used by the Thais themselves.

The official language of the State is called Central Thai, which is an extremely complex form of communication with its own alphabet. It has rather vague origins and shows various influences. Moreover, it is a tonal language, so the same word can take on different meanings according to the tone used to pronounce it. Nevertheless, it has no less than 60 million speakers worldwide. It also has its own alphabet.

Thailand has one of the highest per capita incomes in the region and the second most powerful economy in Southeast Asia, after Indonesia. It is based on the pillars of the automobile industry, the export of agricultural products (it is the world’s largest rice exporter) and tourism, which, despite the political turmoil, social uprisings, religious tensions and recent natural disasters, promotes the ancient culture and paradisiacal scenery. It also encourages foreign investment through favorable regulations and contributes to the support of its less developed neighbors, such as Laos and Cambodia.