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Monocle Magazine's Brand Thailand Controversy

Category: Tourism, Posted:17 Jun 2012 | 18:53 pm

Social media circles are buzzing over the current Monocle magazine's Brand Thailand survey.
Some say that Monocle's Editor in Chief Tyler Brule has a stated 'conflict of interest' after publishing what is being termed an advertorial.
For visitors to Bangkok they may have seen a series of billboards that have been credited to www.modern-thailand.com. In actual fact the government is footing the bill for the entire effort.
An assortment of Thailand-based media firms have also cried foul over the appointment, saying that no competitive bidding had been carried out.
A recent piece in the Bangkok Post was quite pointed in the current administration's efforts at an 'extreme makeover.' And now the story is playing out in social media.
To see the survey <link>http://www.monocle.com/thailandsurvey/*CLICK</link>

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