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Business break down in Chiang mai

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Here is the break down of  Commerce and service industry operating in Chiang Mai city in 2008

In 2008, there were 1,926 business and services enterprises in the City comprising of 18 hospitals, 253 health clinics, 94 banks, 47 condominiums, 141 hotels, 968 dormitories, 14 shopping malls, 23 markets 323 restaurants, 312 gas stations and 13 cemeteries.  

The Number of Business and Service Enterprises of the city in 2008

Along with 209 Industrial Factories. There od course lots of secret and unregistered business here as well.

Business Type
Hospitals 18
Medical clinics 253
Banks 94
Condominiums 47
Hotels 141
Dormitories 968
Shopping malls 14
Markets 23
Restaurants 323
Gas stations 32
Cemeteries or  
Industrial Factories 209

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