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Name : Thai Red Cross helps flood victims in Thailand
A/C No : 045-3-04190-6
Siam Commercial Bank PCL, 
Sapakachat Thai Branch
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Name : TRC
A/C No.: 045-2-88000-6
Siam Commercail Bank PCL.
Sapakachat Thai Branch
SWIFT CODE : SICOTHBK

For issuing the receipt of the donation, please fax transfer slip together with name and address  of the donor at fax 0-2250-0120. For further information, please contact Tel. 02-256-4000 ext 92174 , 92175  or  1664.

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