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KTC organized activity of “These Books....for You Younger Brothers and Sisters from KTC”on the occasion of National Children’s Book Day

Mrs. Kandtharat Chermchitphong, Senior Vice President of Public and Corporate Affairs, “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, led the staffs and students under Learn & Earn @ KTC Project as a representative to make presentations of the books on skill enhancements, tales, color picture drawings and paintings, etc., scholarships which KTC staff had donated during the “Activity of “These Books....for You Younger Brothers and Sisters from KTC” on the occasion of National Children’s Book Day”, this 2nd April, with Mrs. Nugad Seso, Activity Teachers Chief of Home of the Hope (On-Nut Trash Dump Community) of Foundation for Slum Child Care under the Royal Patronage of H.R.H. Princess Galyani Vadhana Krom Luang Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra in Klongtoey Community representing the recipients to receive donations at Slum Infant Foundation, On-Nut Trash Dump Community, recently.

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“KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited
Kandtharat       Chermchitphong        Tel.  0-2828-5057
Suchada      Weerasakulrak            Tel.  0-2828-5732
Jinuchanun      Suksawat             Tel.  0-2828-5085      
Fax. 0-2828-5046         

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