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The Thai Red Cross Society  Helps Dam Disaster Victims in Laos

Account name : Fund Raising Bureau of the Thai Red Cross Society 

Account No. : 045-3-04637-0   
Branch : The Thai Red Cross Society 

Account Type :  Current Account 

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