Depa keen to up tech force

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The Bangkok Post

Goal is 40,000 workers by 2022 The Digital Economy Promotion Agency (Depa) has plans to assist in producing 40,000 digital and tech-related workers per year by 2022, doubling the current level, through skills courses designed by major tech companies. The 84 selected digital skill courses were suggested by four companies: Google, Microsoft, Cisco and Huawei. The courses are expected to begin in the fourth quarter this year at major universities, aiming to supply talent on a broad enough scale to support the country’s competitiveness in the digital economy. The move is part of the Digital Thaila…

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